Cardenio at the American Repertory Theatre

Donors gathered at the Charles Hotel for a talk and discussion.

Cogan University Professor Stephen Greenblatt
Paula Budlong Cronin ’56, Erik J. Stapper ’57, Mary Barbara Alexander, Diane Veitch
William S. Reardon ’68, M.B.A. ’70, Cathy Chute, publisher

On May 15, Harvard Magazine donors gathered at the Charles Hotel for a talk and discussion with Cardenio co-playwright Stephen Greenblatt that was followed by a performance of the play Cardenio at the American Repertory Theatre.

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