Speaking of Shakespeare
with Actor, Director, and
Playwright Nagle Jackson
Wednesday, March 21
Not only has he directed on Broadway, at the Kennedy Center, and in other influential theaters around the U.S., Nagle Jackson is the first American to have been invited to direct in the former Soviet Union. As an artistic director, he has earned plaudits at the Milwaukee Repertory Theatre and at the McCarter Theatre in Princeton, which has been recognized with a regional-theatre Tony Award. He has seven productions to his credit at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, along with distinguished work in such settings as the Hartford Stage Company, the Seattle Repertory Company, San Diego’s Old Globe Theatre, and San Francisco’s American Conservatory Theatre. Mr. Jackson is also a dramatist and actor, and his Shakespearean roles include Autolycus (The Winter’s Tale), Bertram (All’s Well That Ends Well), Demetrius (A Midsummer Night’s Dream), and Octavius (Antony and Cleopatra). We hope you’ll join us for his delightful chat with John Andrews.
THIS EVENT IS FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. A RESERVATION IS NOT REQUIRED.