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We’ve got two staged readings this month: Machiavelli’s Mandrake on March 10th, directed by Jacob Crawford, and Aristophanes’ Women at the Assembly on March 25th, directed by Prof. Steve Burch of UA’s Dept. of Theatre and Dance and held in conjunction with the Dept. of Modern Languages & Classics conference “Women, Democracy, and the Ideology of Exclusion.” Both shows will take place at the Tuscaloosa Cultural Arts Center (620 Greensboro Ave). Stay tuned to our Facebook page for details! And don’t forget Strode’s next Shakespeare in Film offering on March 23rd, Trevor Nunn’s 1996 Twelfth Night.

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Improbable Fictions presents a staged reading of Shakespeare’s As You Like It on Thursday, December 4th, 7:30pm, at the Dinah Washington Black Box Theatre. The reading is directed by Deborah Parker, assistant directed by Jacob Crawford, and the cast includes students and faculty from UA and members of the Tuscaloosa community. If you missed our show, you can find an audio recording here:

IF presents As You Like It, 12.4.2015

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Cast (in order of appearance):

Orlando …………………………………………………………….. Bert McLelland

Adam …………………………………………………………………… Glen Johnson

Oliver …………………………………………………………………… Nic Helms

Charles, the wrestler………………………………………………… Matt Smith

Rosalind …………………………………………………………. Dakota Park-Ozee

Celia …………………………………………………………… Alexandra Ferretti

Touchstone ……………………………………………………… David Ainsworth

LeBeau ……………………………………………………….. Emily Pitts Donahoe

Duke Frederick ………………………………………………….. Deborah Parker

First Lord………………………………………………………… Alison Wheatley

Duke Senior……………………………………………………… Richard LeComte

1st Lord…………………………………………………………… Gabrielle Perkins

Corin…………………………………………………………………. Renwick Jones

Silvius……………………………………………………………… Jacob Crawford

Amiens…………………………………………………………………… Matt Smith

Jacques…………………………………………………………………. Steve Burch

Audrey…………………………………………………………….. Alison Wheatley

Oliver Martext……………………………………………………… Glen Johnson

Phebe……………………………………………………………… Gabrielle Perkins

William………………………………………………………. Emily Pitts Donahoe

Jacques de Boys……………………………………………. Emily Pitts Donahoe

Sponsored by the Hudson Strode Program in Renaissance Studies.