On Sunday afternoon, NSF Artistic Director Denice Hicks will be joined by Professor Leah Marcus of Vanderbilt University and Professor Marcia McDonald of Belmont University for a “talk back,” upstairs at Bongo Java.
What is a “talk back,” you ask? A talkback is a post-show discussion where you meet with members of the artistic staff and Shakespeare scholars. This is a chance to ask any questions you might have about the show or artistic process and gain more of an insight into Shakespeare’s work.
Attending Sunday’s 2 pm matinee at the Troutt Theater is not required to attend this event. You should, however, be sure to buy your tickets to see Macbeth as soon as possible. This is a show not to be missed! Tickets can be purchased at www.nashvilleshakes.org.
So, here’s what you need to remember:
What: Macbeth Talk Back
Where: Upstairs at Bongo Java on Belmont Blvd.
When: Sunday, January 13 at 4:45 pm
See you then!
To dive deeper into Shakespeare. PBS series Shakespeare Uncovered has a companion website that is an amazing resource for videos, classroom materials and all around Shakespeare fun.