History of Cardenio: Spain and England, Then and Now Event Schedule

Friday April 27, 2012

5:30pm  Pre-performance lecture

  • Gary Taylor, “Working Together: Theater, Collaboration, and Cardenio”

7:00pm      Performance: The History of Cardenio

10:00pm            Post-performance talk-back

Saturday April 28, 2012

9:00 – 10:15am            Cervantes and After

Chair: Gary Taylor

  • Roger Chartier, “Cardenio before “Cardenno”: From Cervantes’ historia to Guillén de Castro’s comedia”
  • Eduardo Olid Guerrero, “Cervantes’ The English Spanish Lady and the history of Elizabeth I in Spain”
  • Joyce Boro, “‘Bum-fidled with a bastard’ or Blessed with a Baby: Fletcher’s The Chances and Cervantes’ novela De la señora Cornelia”

10:15 – 10:45am            Coffee break

10:45 – 12:00pm            Considering John Fletcher

Chair: Suzanne Gossett

  • Vimala Pasupathi, “Fletcher’s Martial Ethos”
  • Huw Griffiths, “Shall I never see a lusty man again?”: John Fletcher’s Men, 1617-1715″
  • Christopher Hicklin, “Fletcher’s Double Falsehood”

12:00 – 1:00pm            Catered lunch

1:00 – 2:15pm            Adaptors and Adaptations

Chair: TBD

  • Adam Hooks, “Genuine Shakespeare”
  • Christopher Marino, “Cardenio Found”
  • Carla Della Gatta,  “Is Spanishness in the Script?: Embodying Duende in The Royal Shakespeare Company’s 2011 Cardenio

2:15 – 2:45pm            Coffee break

2:45 – 4:00pm            Roundtable on Research and Performance

Moderator:             Terri Bourus

  • Joe Cacaci
  • Chris Marino
  • Regina Buccola

4:00 – 6:00pm          Break for dinner

6:00pm     Concert: Spanish Guitar Music

  • John Alvarado, Lecturer, Music and Arts Technology, IUPUI

7:00pm      Performance: The History of Cardenio

10:00pm            Post-performance talk-back


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