The Joy of Farce | January 22

Friday, January 22 | 2pm
Live on Youtube – Tune in here

From the Greek plays of Aristophanes through the Roman Comedies of Plautus and Terrence, the works of Shakespeare, the genius of Moliere, and the explosion of the classic French Farce, theatre has always profited from our desire to laugh – and to laugh at each other. But what is it that makes something funny? What are we actually laughing at? This week’s webinar will examine the concept that farce, and indeed all comedy, is a very cruel art.

This 60-minute interactive webinar is free and appropriate for all ages.
Tune in Friday, January 22 at 2pm or watch the replay at your leisure.