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Creative Conversations

Join the FREE exchange of ideas! STC’s Creative Conversations give our audiences the chance to connect deeply with the work on stage. Whether you are interested in historical background, theological perspective, creative points of view or voicing your own experiences, we have a discussion for you.

Windows on Much Ado About Nothing
Sunday, November 27 from 5–6 p.m.
The Forum in Sidney Harman Hall
Join STC’s Artistic staff and a guest scholar as they provide a “window” into this production. This hour-long pre-show conversation articulates the production process through an insightful, lively discussion. Reservations required.

Post-Performance Discussion
Wednesday, December 7
after the performance
Extend the experience by staying immediately following the evening’s production for a post-performance discussion led by STC’s Literary Associate Drew Lichtenberg.

Classics in Context
Saturday, December 17 from 5–6 p.m.
The Forum in Sidney Harman Hall
Put the show in context with this lively roundtable conversation. The Classics in Context panel gives the audience the opportunity to discuss the production with a team of experts, led by Director of Education Samantha K. Wyer.

Divining Shakespeare
Wednesday, December 7 from 5–6 p.m.
The Forum in Sidney Harman Hall
Explore Much Ado About Nothing’s relevance from a theological perspective. Director of the Institute for Christian Formation at the Virginia Theological Seminary Reverend Roger Ferlo will be joined in conversation by STC’s Audience Enrichment Manager Hannah J. Hessel. Reservations required.

SPECIAL EVENT

AsidesLIVE Symposium: Much Ado About Nothing
Sunday, December 11 from 10 a.m.–1 p.m.
The Forum in Sidney Harman Hall
Tickets: $20 Regular, $15 Subscribers and Donors, $5 Students (With Valid ID)
Featuring an assortment of scholars and experts, AsidesLIVE will provide inquisitive audience members with a closer look at Shakespeare’s comedic masterpiece. Panels will include “The Gender Skirmish,” “Changing Times: Havana of the ’30s” and a conversation with the artistic team.

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