CeCe Sloan, arts programmer, will moderate five wonderful sessions at the Susi Q this fall that discuss the relevance of William Shakespeare’s work in our lives and politics, even 500 years after the bard’s death.
The series, “Shakespeare: Ourselves – What his plays tell us about America’s past and present,” begins on Oct. 10 and continues every other Monday between 1 and 2:30 p.m. until Dec. 12. There is no fee to attend.
Sloan is well known in Southern California for her ability to put together programs that provide fascinating insights into literature, culture, and history – all of which come together in the study of Shakespeare’s plays.
Register online at www.thesusiq.org and click on Classes. To RSVP by phone, call 949-715-8105 or email [email protected].
The Susi Q, located at 380 Third Street, offers a wide range of educational and fun programs, classes and clubs for older adults – though all ages are welcome. Proof of vaccination is required. For more information on The Susi Q, the portal to access the best of Laguna’s community resources, visit www.thesusiq.org.View Our User Comment Policy