The ARTS at Marks Garage
1159 Nuuanu Ave.
Friday, July 27
Saturday, August 11
Saturday, August 25
The Hawaii Shakespeare Festival (HSF)
is offering free companion lectures to Henry VIII and
on Saturday night of opening weekend, and for Cymbeline
on Saturday night of closing weekend. Lectures are 30
minutes long and begin one
hour before show time at The ARTS at Marks Garage.
The lectures, presented by Brenda
Machosky, Assistant Professor of English at the University of
Hawai‘i West O‘ahu, will present background information on the
plays generally and highlight aspects of the current HSF
productions to watch for in performance. The lectures are free
and open to the public.
member of the Shakespeare Association of America, Prof. Machosky
teaches courses in Shakespeare and for the past two years, she
has offered public lectures in conjunction with the Hawai`i
She believes that Shakespeare is best experienced on the
stage, not just the page.
At UHWO, Prof. Machosky teaches a variety of courses in
Early English Literature, World Literature, writing, and drama.
Prof. Machosky recently published an edited collection of
essays with Stanford University Press, Thinking Allegory
Otherwise, and her book Faces of Allegory is
forthcoming with Fordham University Press.