Saturday, Nov. 3, 7 p.m.
A Performative Reading of the “Sirens” Episode of “Ulysses”
This performative reading includes a large cast of faculty, students and community members. It presents several sequences in an experimental, simultaneous format and emphasizes the interplay of sounds including choral echoes in several of Bloom’s monologues. The reading is coordinated and organized by UMF faculty and staff including, Steven Pane, professor of music; Phil Carlsen; Jayne Decker, instructor of theater and Emery director; Michael Johnson, professor of English; and Daniel Gunn, provost and vice president for academic affairs.