“A Heart Big Enough to Hold the World”- a special performance by Dawn Langman, marking the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s inspiration.
“A Heart Big Enough to Hold the World”: marking the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s inspiration!
We are very privileged to welcome Anthroposophical Speech and Drama Teacher, Dawn Langman, to the Seminar, where she will give a special one-off performance titled “A Heart Big Enough to Hold the World”, marking the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s inspiration.
You are invited to join us for this performance, on Saturday 28th May from 4.00-6.00 p.m. in the Movement Room at the Seminar. We have a fixed limited number of seats; please email me directly to book your (non allocated) seat if you wish to attend! See details below. We hope to share this wonderful opportunity to receive Dawn’s gift with you.
About Dawn Langman:
After a lifetime of training, teaching and performing (overseas and interstate) Dawn has returned to her birthplace, Adelaide, where she is at present teaching the integrated Chekhov/Speech methodology she helped to pioneer to the Drama Centre students at Flinders Univiversity. Her last performance was as Hecuba in Rosalba Celemente’s State Theatre production of Trojan Women. Only something as important as the opportunity to contribute to the 400th annivesary of Shakespeare’s gift to the world has been enough to tempt her out of retirement, to share her gratitude for his enduring love and presence in her life and in the world.
When: Saturday 28th May 2016 at 4.00 p.m.
Where: Melbourne Rudolf Steiner Seminar, 37A Wellington Park Drive, Warranwood.
Tickets: $20.00, pay at the door.
Bookings essential: firstname.lastname@example.org or 9876 1092
Note: we ask that you please arrive with plenty of time to park, purchase your ticket, attend to any needs, and be seated so that this performance can begin promptly at 4.00 p.m. Doors will be closed after this time.