Hamlet according to Edward Craig

To mark the centenary of the great director and stage designer Edward Gordon Craig’s (1872-1966) famous production of Hamlet at the Moscow Art Theatre, Harvey Grossman will give a public lecture on Tuesday about Craig’s work and its significance to contemporary theatre-making.

Grossman studied with Etienne Decroux, worked as an assistant to Erwin Piscator and toured the world working as a director and teacher. But his first teacher was Craig, who remained central to Grossman’s activities throughout his career.

The lecture, organised by the Department of Theatre Studies, will take place at the MITP theatre, St Christopher Street, Valletta, at 7pm. All are invited.


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