|Each year, the Text
and Community Program conducts a semester-long project at George Mason
University that seeks to foster exchanges across disciplines and interpretations
of a text from multiple perspectives. For the spring 1999 semester, the
Text and Community Program will be hosting a series of events centered
around fairy tales, and you are invited to participate in all of these
Brown Bag Discussion
25 - 27
24 - April 11
Production by Theater of the First Amendment
Adapted by Carol Ann Duffy
It's a magical, musical, marvelous collection of stories from the Brothers Grimm titled (surprise!) Grimm Tales. Carol Ann Duffy and the exciting New Vic Company from London originated this wonderful look into a world of hope and fear, doubt, and certainty.
Because of the large response,
no more requests will be accepted from faculty members for a block of seats.
Students should pick up their free tickets at the Center for the Arts Box
Office during the first week of classes. For more ticket information, check
out the Center for
the Arts Student Tickets page.
|Any questions can
be posed electronically to members of the Text and Community Committee:
Lorraine Brown (firstname.lastname@example.org) or
Margaret Yocom (email@example.com).
To read more about fairy tales,
take a look at the selected
annotated bibliography compiled by Margaret Yocom on the Brothers Grimm
and their Tales or start your research online with our
compilation of fairy tale links.