Julius Caesar -- the Play -- George Frisch
Let Shakespearean scholar George Frisch guide you as we visit in depth a drama Shakespeare painted on historical canvas as his audience might have understood it - the Tragedy of Julius Caesar.
Ambition Power Political Intrigue. Is this America 2016?
No, Rome, 44 BC. Shakespeares Julius Caesar tells of a tale of seduced idealism in an age of power and politics; a tale of unforeseen and bloody consequences that flow from the streets of Rome to the far corners of the Roman Empire and change the course of Western history forever.
Shakespeares dramatic insights into the characters who people the play leave us thinking how relevant those insights may still be today. This course will be a study of those characters.
George Frisch is a retired securities lawyer and former associate professor of law with a lifelong interest in Shakespeare. He has taught several LLCC and OLLI courses about Shakespeare's plays and sonnets
Tuesday, June 7 2016, 1:00pm- 3:00pm Copeland Auditorium, French Hospital, SLO
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Copeland Educational Center in French Hospital (View)
1911 Johnson Ave.
San Luis Obispo, CA 93401
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