File puptcrit/puptcrit.0803, message 411


To: bay view matters <bay_view_matters-AT-yahoogroups.com>
Date: Wed, 26 Mar 2008 09:58:12 -0500
Cc: MARN <MilwaukeeArtistResourceNetwork-AT-yahoogroups.com>,
Subject: [Puptcrit] Fwd: Ballad of Josef K in MKE


Max is an old friend og mine from my theatre and puppet days. - moynihan

Begin forwarded message:

> Date: March 26, 2008 10:00:52 AM CDT
> Subject: Ballad of Josef K
>
> Could you please send this out to your email list?  Tomorrow night  
> (Thursday March 27) is pay-what-you-can.  Some may be interested in  
> the free Symposium Saturdy morning.
>
> Max Samson's Milwaukee Mask & Puppet Theatre
> presents
> The Ballad of Josef K.
> a musical play adapted from Franz Kafka's novel The Trial
> and a symposium at UWM to discuss the issues it raises
>
> (see www.BalladofJosefK.com for full details)
>
> Thursdays thru Sundays
> March 28-April 13, 2008
> Three Weeks Only
> * Special Preview *
> March 27th at 7:30 PM
> Pay what you can at the door
>
> Vogel Hall, Marcus Center for the Performing Arts
>
> Tickets on sale at Marcus Center Box Office 414-273-7206
> www.marcuscenter.org
>  Ticketmaster 414-276-4545
> and at all Ticketmaster Locations
>
> * Man Hungry for Love Meets Secret Court Hungry for Flesh *
>
> Stunning life size puppets perform the tale of Joseph K., a bank  
> clerk who finds himself accused of unknown crimes. As he struggles  
> to discover the nature of the charges against him to establish his  
> innocence, he only becomes further entangled in the inexplicable  
> world of a secret court.
>
> - CONTAINS ADULT THEMES -
>
> Directed by Rob Goodman,  Adapted by John Schneider
> Music written and performed by "Thunder in the Valley."
>
> An Interdisciplinary Symposium will be held at UWM
> addressing the issues raised by the play
>
> Civil Liberties through the Prism of
> Franz Kafka=92s The Trial
>
> The Zelazo Center, UWM
> March 29 , 2008, 8:30 am- 12 noon
>
> Free of Charge
>
> Sponsored by:
>  UWM Center for Jewish Studies
> Peck School of the Arts
> UWM Department of Comparative Ethnic Studies
> The Mask & Puppet Theatre
>
> Keynote speaker: Senator Russ Feingold
>
>   Presenters: Prof. Marcus Bullock, Prof. Claudia Card, Prof. Carole  
> Stabile
> to  reserve a seat at the symposium email maxsamson-AT-aol.com
>
>
>
>
> For more information on the play and symposium please visit
> www.BalladofJosefK.com
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