Tuesday May 4, 2010 | “Cavalia” & Shakespeare ProjectMay 3, 2010 at 3:57 pm | Posted in Coming Up | 11 Comments
Part One: Cavalia
We’ll hear about the state-of-the-art horse show that’s opening in the Queen City this week, Cavalia. We’ll talk about the founder’s experience in Cirque du Soleil that led him to create this show, which is getting rave reviews all over the country.
Normand Latourelle – Founder & Artistic Director, Cavalia
Benjamin Aillaud – Equestrian Director for Cavalia
- Cavalia runs through May 14th in Charlotte. More info.
- WFAE News | ‘Cirque’ on horseback debuts in Charlotte
Part Two: Shakespeare Anniversary Project
April 23, 2016 will be the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death. A unique center of learning at UNC Charlotte will honor that anniversary by staging, in some form, every one of the 36 plays in Shakespeare’s canon. The Shakespeare in Action Center will also conduct sonnet readings, workshops and other special events. We’ll talk with the architect behind this ambitious project, called 6 in 36, and learn more about how he intends to do it.
Andrew Hartley – Director, Shakespeare In Action, Center for Studies in Performance and Culture at UNC Charlotte