64th Annual Hofstra Shakespeare Festival presents Acting Shakespeare Lecture Series
The Hofstra University Department of Drama and Dance presents Acting Shakespeare Lecture Series with lecturer Catherine Eaton as part of the 64thAnnual Hofstra Shakespeare Festival at The Spiegel Theater on March 20, 2013 at 8 p.m. Catherine Eaton is an award-winning actor who has performed internationally in classical and new works. She is a script and fiction writer, and is currently in development for LIV, a screenplay she co-wrote with Bryan Delaney, based on her stage play, CORSETLESS, which weaves together Shakespearean text from across the entire canon to create an innovative one woman play in four movements.
Catherine’s recent stage work includes Carnegie Hall (Corsetless, The Bohemians), Pittsburgh Public Theater (Electra, title role), Guthrie Theatre (Midsummer Night’s Dream, Julius Caesar, Importance of Being Earnest, Venetian Twins, A Christmas Carol), Origin Theatre (Clocks and Whistles), Fulton Opera House (August: Osage County, Michael Archangel), Merrimack Rep (The Exceptionals), Irish Classical Theatre (Hedda Gabler, Moon for the Misbegotten, The Cobbler), Luna Stage (Reparation), New Jersey Rep (Child’s Guide to Innocence). Television: the recurring role of Sherry on All My Children. Film: Training Day, The Collaboration, Last Seen, Miss Bertram’s Awakening, Showers of Happiness, With or Without You.
Wednesday, 20 March, 2013
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