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Mon December 9, 2013
What if Shakespeare's 'King Lear' took place in Flint?
One of Shakespeare's great tragedies is King Lear, the story of an ancient British king who devises a "love test" in hopes of dividing his kingdom equally among his three daughters.
An English professor at the University of Michigan Flint has taken King Lear and, working with her students, set the scene in Flint and turned it into a staged reading called "Lear Reassembled." They'll be performing it December 10th and December 12th.
Mary Jo Kietzman joined us today.
Listen to the full interview above.