Runs 60 minutes
Presented by Walking Shadow Theatre Company
BEOWULF - with Pop-up Dramaturgy!
translated and adapted by CHARLIE BETHEL
performed by JOHN HEIMBUCH
directed by AMY RUMMENIE
dramaturgy by SARAH HELLER
presented by WALKING SHADOW THEATRE COMPANY
promotional art by ERIK A. EVENSEN
Walking Shadow Co-Artistic Director John Heimbuch performs Charlie Bethel's fierce hourlong retelling of Beowulf.
This is a faithful and accessible adaptation of the classic Old English poem about a warrior king and some famous monsters, modernizing the wit, vigor, and meaty language of the original Anglo-Saxon epic.
Available until May 31.
This is the archived video from April 2, 2020, with optional pop-up dramaturgy.
- You do not need a Facebook account to view.
- Skip to about 13 minutes in (after the “preshow” for the live audience to settle in).
- Optional: go to the sidebar on the right and set the pulldown menu to “realtime comments” for Sarah Heller’s pop-up dramaturgy to appear at the correct points in the video.
THIS EVENT IS FREE. (If you're inspired to donate, there's a link there too.)
Runtime: approximately one hour.
Content Warning: Beowulf contains vivid descriptions of physical human/monster violence. Please contact us with any specific questions about content.
Runs 60 minutes
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This is part of Siobhan's long-term lockdown residency, Please Don't Touch the Artist, which releases new works twice a week over zoom. Sign up to recieve an email with the link the day of the shows.