On Chaos in Abu Dhabi: Working through Pirandello

On Chaos in Abu Dhabi: Working through Pirandello

March 24, 2011 | 6:30-8:00 PM

Lecture location: 19 Washington Square North, Events Space, New York City

Marking the occasion of NYUAD’s inaugural theater production this Spring of Luigi Pirandello’s Chaos, this panel will discuss the importance of Pirandello for the tradition of theater, the challenges of adapting his story for the stage, and the central role of migrant identity in his work.

Jana O’Keefe Bazzoni Chair, The Department of Communication Studies, Baruch College;
Co-president of The Pirandello Society of America

Jane House Artistic Director, Jane House Productions
Felice Italo Beneduce Lecturer of Italian, Columbia University
Federico Pacchioni Assistant Professor In-Residence of Italian Literary and Cultural Studies, University of Connecticut
Rubén Polendo Associate Professor of Theater, NYUAD

Co-sponsored by Theater Mitu http://www.theatermitu.org/