Join us on Sunday, October 6 immediately following  the matinee performance for a post-show conversation with Sue Weaver Schopf.
Sue Weaver Schopf is a Distinguished Service Lecturer at the Harvard University Division of Continuing Education. She recently retired from the position of Associate Dean and Director of the Master of Liberal Arts Program at the Harvard Extension School, where she also served for nearly thirty years as Research Advisor in the Humanities. She holds the PhD in English from Vanderbilt University. A recipient of post-doctoral fellowships from the National Endowment for the Humanities and the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, she is a winner of the Petra T. Shattuck Excellence in Teaching Prize, the Michael Shinagel Award for Extraordinary Contributions to Student Success, and the Dean’s Distinguished Service Award. Among the 17 literature courses that she teaches are North and South: The Plays of Tennessee Williams and Arthur Miller, Masterpieces of Western Drama, Irish Literature and Drama, English Romantic Poetry, and The Post-Apocalyptic Novel and Film. Her publications include articles on a variety of literary topics, and she has been a frequent guest lecturer at institutions both in the US and abroad.