Instructor: John Sutton
No image available Biography: John Sutton, Yale alumnus, taught English in the Darien, Conn., public schools and, after retirement, has taught literature courses in LLIs in Connecticut and Maine.

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Sir John Falstaff is described in one text as "a decadent aristocrat whose appetite for wine, women, and song is matched only by his wit and intelligence." Another critic calls him "a liar, a thief, a sponge, and a coward." However he is portrayed, he is unforgettable. We will read, discuss, and see videos of the three plays in which Falstaff appears.

September 28, 2017 to November 2, 2017, Wishcamper Center (13 seats (65%) remaining)