Nine Nights’ Love

Before Zeus was the king of Olympus, he spent nine nights with Mnemosyne, the goddess of memory. No one knows why Zeus lingered so long in Mnemosyne’s company, but each night, she conceived one of the Muses, and a year later the arts as we know them were born.

The English Department at The University of Western Ontario, in association with sem;colon productions, is proud to present “Nine Nights’ Love.”

Nine Nights’ Love is a poetry recitation project that brings to life the conversations, activities, and moods of the lovers as each of the arts was conceived. Works include poems by William Shakespeare, John Milton, John Donne, Ben Johnson, John Suckling and more.

ATTENTION: This program is not just a recitation of Renaissance poetry. The script was compiled from early modern verse, but the show is very dramatic. It also contains mature themes and subject matter: viewer discretion is advised.

For more information, please visit www.ninenightslove.blogspot.com or yhpruM araT liame.

Tickets: $5 (students and seniors), $7 (general admission), Available at InfoSource and at the door.

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            1. 8:00 pm
              Nine Nights’ Love

              See https://theatreinlondon.ca/2010/02/nine-nights-love/ for details.

              Location: Conron Hall

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            1. 8:00 pm
              Nine Nights’ Love

              See https://theatreinlondon.ca/2010/02/nine-nights-love/ for details.

              Location: Conron Hall

          3. 13
            1. 8:00 pm
              Nine Nights’ Love

              See https://theatreinlondon.ca/2010/02/nine-nights-love/ for details.

              Location: Conron Hall