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THE
MEIGHEN
FORUM

Free Forum/Pre-Season Events

LIBRARY LECTURES

Various Locations
March 5 – May 27
7:00 pm to 8:00 pm

Free talks related to the 2020 season will be held at the Guelph, London, Kitchener, Toronto and Hamilton Public Libraries on various dates throughout March and May.

Guelph Public Library

  • March 5, Chicago with Ann Wilson, Director and Associate Professor, English and Theatre Studies, University of Guelph
  • March 12, Richard III with Mark Fortier, Professor, English and Theatre Studies, University of Guelph
  • March 19, Spamalot with David Prosser, Literary and Editorial Director, Stratford Festival
  • March 26, Hamlet-911 with Nitasha Rajoo, Interim Director of Education, Stratford Festival

Toronto Reference Library

  • March 3, Much Ado About Nothing with Philippa Sheppard, Lecturer, English, University of Toronto
  • March 10, Richard III with Jane Freeman, Director, Graduate Centre for Academic Communication, University of Toronto
  • March 17, All's Well That Ends Well with Alexander Leggatt, Professor Emeritus, English, University of Toronto
  • March 24, Hamlet with Peter Cockett, Assistant Professor, Theatre and Film Studies, McMaster University

Kitchener Public Library

  • April 2, Chicago, with Lois Kivesto, Lecturer, Musical-Theatre History, McMaster University Continuing Education (Learning for 55+ Program)
  • April 16, Here's What It Takes with Dr Lauren Acton, Performing Arts Fundamentals, Centennial College
  • April 23, Spamalot with David Seljak, Professor, Department of Religious Studies, St. Jerome's University
  • April 30, Hamlet-911 with Scott Schofield and Neil Brooks, Huron University College

Hamilton Public Library - Dundas Branch

  • April 7, Much Ado About Nothing with Mary Silcox, Professor, Department of English and Cultural Studies, McMaster University
  • April 14, Spamalot with Stephen Low, Independent Scholar and Freelance Writer
  • April 21, Hamlet with Peter Cockett, Assistant Professor, Theatre and Film Studies, McMaster University
  • April 28, The Rez Sisters with Stephanie Johns, Education Associate - Teaching Focus, Stratford Festival

London Public Library - Central Branch

  • May 6, Wendy & Peter Pan with Michelle Hartley, Assistant Professor, Writing, Western University
  • May 13, The Rez Sisters with Ro'nikonkatste - Standing Strong Spirit, Project Lead for Biigajiiskaan: Indigenous Pathways to Mental Wellness
  • May 20, Wolf Hall with Kel Pero, KMP and Associates
  • May 27, Hamlet-911 with Lauren Acton, Performing Arts Fundamentals, Centennial College

Support for the Forum is generously provided by Kelly & Michael Meighen and The T.R. Meighen Family Foundation.


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Event Schedule

Take advantage of various special deals to save on tickets!
Tue, Mar 03
7:00 PM
Thu, Mar 05
7:00 PM
Tue, Mar 10
7:00 PM
Thu, Mar 12
7:00 PM
Tue, Mar 17
7:00 PM
Thu, Mar 19
7:00 PM
Tue, Mar 24
7:00 PM
Thu, Mar 26
7:00 PM