[Milton-L] Samson Agonistes performed Oct 14th in NYC
dvu2 at calvin.edu
Wed Oct 9 13:57:48 EDT 2013
Interesting that they say that Samson "faces God in this lyrical, violent
How does that description sit with those who argue that a (the?) main
point of *Samson Agonistes* is God's absence?
(Of course, they also call Milton's drama an "epic," and it's debatable if
it's "violent," given that no physical violence takes place on stage.)
In any event, an interesting description, albeit of debatable accuracy.
David V. Urban, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of English
1795 Knollcrest Circle SE
Grand Rapids, MI 49546-4404
Office Phone: (616) 526-8646
On 10/9/13 1:51 PM, "David Ainsworth" <dainsworth at as.ua.edu> wrote:
>I'm passing along this announcement of a dramatic reading of Milton's
>Samson Agonistes, this Monday in New York City.
>Please note that Milton Society members can get a discount!
>October 14 at 7:30pm
>Red Bull Theater presents
>by John Milton
>The biblical hero, imprisoned, blind and without his hair, faces God
>in this lyrical, violent epic.
>Directed by Michael Sexton
>With Ron Cephas Jones, Robert Cuccioli, Richard Easton, Alfredo
>Narciso, Joan Macintosh, Dakin Matthews, Christina Rouner, Robert
>Stanton, and Marc Vietor
>Lucille Lortel Theater, 121 Christopher St.
>Tickets for Milton Society members are 35% off with code "MILT35"
>Click this link for tickets
>or visit www.redbulltheater.com/readings
>All the best,
>Milton-L mailing list
>Milton-L at lists.richmond.edu
>Manage your list membership and access list archives at
>Milton-L web site: http://johnmilton.org/
More information about the Milton-L