Dramatic education | Arts & Culture

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Dramatic education

Dramatic education

On Wednesday, tune in to Milwaukee-based sister duo SistaStrings as they combine their classical background with R&B and gospel.

During the RSC’s “Creative Residency 2012,” directors, actors and playwrights will develop two plays — a new version of “Boris Godunov”; and, a new adaptation of “The Orphan of Zhao.” 

The following is a schedule of events during RSC’s visit:

Monday, March 12

8 a.m. -4 p.m. – Confucius Institute Symposium at Rackham Amphitheatre (By invitation only)

Tuesday, March 13

5 p.m. — “James Fenton: A Reading,” TBD (Open to public)

Friday, March 16

4 p.m. — The Orphan of Zhao Presentation at Blau Auditorium (Open to public)

Saturday, March 17

4 p.m. – Bringing ”Creative Project 2010″ to the Stage: The Dramaturg and Director at Blau Auditorium (Open to public)

Sunday, March 18

4 p.m. — “Drama in Translation” (a roundtable discussion) and “A Conversation with Michael Boyd, RSC Artistic Director, and Ralph Williams” at Blau Auditorium (Open to public)

Monday, March 19

4:30 p.m. — Boris Godunov Reading at Blau Auditorium (Open to public)

ADMISSION IS FREE to public events.