Plague Plays 🗓


Plague Plays

If you are looking for a place to put your thoughts about the life we are living in medicine now join me for an informal reader’s theatre, called Plague Plays. Reader’s Theatre is a great way to interact with one another, a key text of our times, and themes raised therein. No pre-work is required although options will be provided.

We’ll have the option to read the original version of Camus’s The Plague side by side with a faithful dramatic rendering by the British Playwright Neil Bartlett. We’ll read the dramatic version on zoom together over four sessions.

We’ll try to strike a balance between literary and personal engagement with the text. In chaotic times, texts such as this can help us to find focus, meaning and respite.

We will offer optional writing prompts & exercises for those who are interested.

Dates and Times:
Mondays Feb 21, 28 and March 7, 14th  2022 from 7-8:30pm

Register for this course:

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

Materials (please obtain your own copy).

1. Camus, The Plague. Stuart Gilbert Trans. Vintage International Edition.
2. Neil Bartlett, The Plague adaptation for the stage. Oberon Books London 2017.

You should obtain your own copy of Camus’s The Plague. We will distribute the script for reading together prior to the first session.

Suvendrini Lena, MD MPH FRCPC Neurology CSCN EEG
Katie van Kampen, MS2, BHSc

Dates and Times:

Mondays Feb 21, 28 and March 7 and 14th 2022 from 7-8:30pm on ZOOM

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