Volunteers are needed to assist in checking reservations at the admissions table, serving beverages at hospitality table or other greeter type duties. Studio Manager will instruct in what is needed when you arrive.
Masks are welcome to be worn.
About this event:
Join us for a performance in conjunction with The Dali Museum’s special exhibition Aimé Césaire: Poetry, Surrealism and Négritude.
Artistic Director Bob Devin Jones brings forth “The Poetry and Politics of Aimé Césaire’s A Tempest”, as seen through the lens of William Shakespeare’s “The Tempest” on December 3, 2021 at 7:00 PM. Presented in partnership with The St. Petersburg Shakespeare Festival, this staged reading will pair selected passages from both works.
“A Tempest” is a 1969 play by Aimé Césaire. It is an adaptation of Shakespeare’s The Tempest from a postcolonial perspective, set on an island in the Caribbean. In this version, Césaire specifies that Prospero is a white master, while Ariel is a mulatto and Caliban is a black slave. These characters are the focus of the play as Césaire emphasized issues of race, power, decolonization, and anti-imperialism.
6:15pm - 8:30pm EST
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