Join us once again under the trees as the

St. Louis Psychoanalytic Institute partners with

Shakespeare Festival St. Louis

Friday, June 23, 2017

The Winter's Tale Poster

At 7:00 p.m.
A free, pre-performance commentary by
J. Todd Dean, MD
Things Dying, Things New Born:
Art, Nature and The Winter’s Tale

In Shakespeare Glen, Forest Park
(near the Art Museum)

At 8:00 p.m.
Shakespeare Festival St. Louis’
Performance of
The Winter’s Tale
 

 

 

Things Dying, Things New Born:
Art, Nature and The Winter’s Tale

Paranoid accusations, gross misunderstandings, violent reprisals, over and over and over, and on all sides: Maddow v. Fox, a Sean Spicer press conference, Facebook, The Winter’s Tale.  When everything — gods and facts, appearances and beliefs, even life and death — can be “alt,” how do we understand anything?

Shakespeare was there at the start of the modern world.  He may not have all the answers, but he’s great at illuminating the questions.

It’s all free!

Limited seating for the talk is first-come, first-served
Or, bring your own lawn chair or blanket.  We look forward to seeing you there.

 

 More on the play from Shakespeare Festival St. Louis click HERE.

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