Alan Armstrong, dramaturg for the Oregon Shakespeare Festival's current production of "Coriolanus," will present a lecture on Saturday, April 26, at noon in Carpenter Hall entitled "Tear Him to Pieces!: Dissecting Coriolanus." The play is currently running in the New Theatre through Nov. 2.




Alan Armstrong served as dramaturg for OSF's production of "King John" in 2006. He has been a professor of humanities and the director of the Center for Shakespeare Studies at Southern Oregon University since 1986.




Admission to the talk is $7 general, $6 members, $5.25 for youths 6-17.




OSF talks and lectures are held from March through September. For more information or to purchase tickets, visit or call 482-4331.