"1984" Pre-Show Talk: "Fascism, Resistance and the Politics of 1984"

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"1984" Pre-Show Talk: "Fascism, Resistance and the Politics of 1984"

Join us for a pre-show talk with the show's director, Peter Hackett (Theater), Mark Bray (author, "Antifa: The Anti-Fascist Handbook"), and Laura Edmondson (Chair, Theater).

Saturday, February 17, 2018
7:00pm-7:45pm
Hopkins Center 200 Top of the Hop
Intended Audience(s): Public
Categories: Lectures & Seminars

Pre-Show Talk with director Peter Hackett (Dartmouth Theater Professor) and Mark Bray (author of Antifa: The Anti-Fascist Handbook), moderated by Laura Edmondson (Dartmouth Theater Professor, Dept. Chair).

The Dartmouth Department of Theater's MainStage Production of "1984" runs from February 16 through February 25.   Tickets on sale at the Hop Box Office.

Peter Hackett, director

Michael Ganio, scenic designer; Laurie Churba, costume designer; Kathy Perkins, lighting designer; Scott Killian, sound designer; Jaclyn Pageau '18, stage manager

Based on the novel by George Orwell, adapted for radio by Milton Wayne, and adapted for the stage by Peter Hackett.

Buoyed by “misinformation” and “alternative facts,” the current political regime’s attacks on our democratic institutions have thrust George Orwell’s classic dystopian novel, 1984, onto the best seller list once again. This production investigates Orwell’s 20th-century prophecy in the context of 21st-century America, and asks the question, “Are we there yet?”

Department of Theater

Hopkins Center
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Maggie E. Devine-Sullivan

Events are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted.