2020 TWI Reservations - October 2-4
The Tennessee Williams Institute (TWI) will be held online this year one week after Festival performances.

As usual, we will discuss how texts acquire meaning in performance. The 2020 online symposium will hear witnesses to Festival performances offering reports, assessing meaning, and answering questions about what they saw.

Scholars of historical censorship will provide context. These include Jacob Mchangama from Denmark, creator of Clear & Present Danger - A Free Speech History podcast: http://www.freespeechhistory.com, and Kate Bredeson, the Portland, Oregon-based author of Occupying the Stage: The Theater of May '68, a book about the student and worker uprisings in France onstage and in the streets.

There will be six sessions, two hours each. The cost is $20 a session, $100 for all six. You can make a reservation now for single sessions or for all six. As we learn more we’ll contact you with a reading list, the dates and times of each session, virtual access information, and how to complete your registration.
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