The 1990s movies that brought adaptations of Shakespeare into mainstream culture are a genre all their own – and many of them are just plain fun. Join us for an exploration of some of the best in our monthly series – we’ll bring the popcorn!
Gary Logan from the Carnegie Mellon University School of Drama will give a brief intro for each film and host a quick group discussion afterward for those who are interested. For the July film, this will be done by Frick staff. Doors to the Museum will open at 6:30 p.m. and From Stage to Page: 400 Years of Shakespeare in Print will be open.
Captions will be on for each movie, and ASL interpretation will be provided.
The Frick follows the CDC’s recommendations based on Covid-19 transmission levels in Allegheny Country. If the level is HIGH at the time of the program, masks will be required indoors except when individuals are eating or drinking. If you have symptoms or have tested positive for Covid-19, please stay home.