From: April 12, 2015
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Explore the history, themes and ideas behind each Segal production in our free, enriching pre-show lecture series.
Travesties by Tom Stoppard
Sunday, April 12 at 11:00 a.m.
Talk: COMMITTING TRAVESTIES
Guest: Andre Furlani, PhD, Associate Professor, English (Concordia University)
Host: Matt Goldberg (Educator & Host of Edge of The City Podcast).
ABOUT TRAVESTIES :: Three of the 20th Century’s most revolutionary minds –Vladimir Lenin, James Joyce and Tristan Tzara, take centre stage in Tom Stoppard’s smart and absurdly hilarious Importance of Being Earnest-inspired masterpiece.
ENTRANCE IS FREE
Complimentary coffee and snacks will be served before the presentation.
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This season’s Sunday @ the Segal lectures will be recorded and featured on No More Radio’s hit arts and culture podcast, Edge of the City.
Episodes will be hosted by performer and educator Matt Goldberg (Confabulation, Uncalled For), and recorded live to be released as a podcast the following Monday. These enriching pre-show lectures explore the themes, frameworks and ideas behind the Segal Centre's main stage performances this season.
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