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If you're going to CAMWS, don't miss the panel organized by NEH participants Erin Moodie and Chris Bungard, Friday morning at 10.15:
Section D: Panel -- Beyond the OCT: Reflections on the NEH Summer Institute on Roman Comedy in Performance
Erin Moodie (DePauw University), co-organizer and presider, Chris Bungard (Butler University), co-organizer
1. Pseudolus at the Ludi Megalenses: Re-creating Roman Comedy in Context. Nancy Sultan (Illinois Wesleyan University)
2. Devised Theater and Metatheater: The "Actor" as Commentator on Roman Comedy. Meredith Safran (Trinity College)
3. "There are no small parts, only small actors": Spotlighting the Mute Characters of Roman Comedy. Sophie Klein (Boston University)
4. Silent and Boisterous Slaves: Considerations in Staging Pseudolus 133-234. Christopher Bungard (Butler University) and Daniel Walin (University of California, Berkeley)
5. A Mask is Worth a Thousand Words. Erin Moodie (DePauw University) and Mike Lippman (University of Arizona)
If you aren't going to CAMWS, you can find their fabulous abstracts here: http://www.camws.org/meeting/2013/files/panels/008.Panel.BeyondtheOCT.pdf
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