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Faculty Lunch and Lecture: Katerina Bohadlova "Everything you always wanted to know about Commedia dell’Arte (but were afraid to ask)"
Friday, February 24, 2012 - 12:00pm to Friday, February 24, 2012 - 1:30pm

The Portland Center for Public Humanities is pleased to welcome Katerina Bohadlova to February’s Faculty Lunch and Lecture. She will be presenting: 

Everything you always wanted to know about Commedia dell’Arte 
(but were afraid to ask)


Friday, February 24
12-1:30 p.m.
Neuberger Hall 407


The talk will stress the innovations and assets of the Commedia and fight the false myths and clichés of this theatrical phenomenon that has been influencing modern theater until today.

Katerina Bohadlova is a Fulbright Scholar in the Theater Arts Department at PSU. She received her PhD from Charles University in Prague in German and Italian Language and Literature. Her work focuses on Baroque Theater in Central Europe and explores the migration of theater texts between nations and culture. As a core member of the Prague-based theater company Geisslers Hofcomoedianten, she wears many hats, including translator, dramaturg, actress, and production manager.


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