Course Title: The Fathers of Modern Drama: Henrik Ibsen and August Strindberg
Instructor: Lynne Agress
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October 30, 2023 - December 04, 2023 (6 Sessions)
Monday, 6:30 PM ET
Virtual via Zoom
COURSE DESCRIPTION: In this course we will read and discuss three of Ibsen's most popular plays: "A Doll's House," "Hedda Gabler," and "Ghosts”. Although written in the 1800s, each play's themes strongly resonate today. The two Strindberg plays, also relevant today, that we also will analyze, are "Miss Julie" and "The Father." Not a year goes by when at least one of these plays is not performed on or off Broadway and here in Baltimore at Center Stage or Everyman, providing a great opportunity for course participants.
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