Prologue Lecture: John Douglas Thompson

When: Sun., Aug. 4, 2:30 p.m. 2013

p>About the only thing cooler than being called "the best American actor in Shakespeare, hands down," would be earning that title after starting your career as a traveling salesman of ATMs and check-sorters. Granted, the New Yorker ( notes that John Douglas Thompson also sold computers before making his switch to the stage, but no Google algorithm could've predicted a more fascinating career arc. Chances are you could learn something from this guy, and you'll have a chance at 2:30 today at UCCS' Centennial Auditorium (1420 Austin Bluffs Pkwy.,, where Thompson will talk shop. It's part of the free Prologue series at TheatreWorks, and also a great way to help usher in the company's run of Cymbeline (see p. 19). — Kirk Woundy

Price: Free

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