The Atlanta Opera presents "Tangled in the Briarpatch: Tricksters, Underdogs, and Br'er Rabbit"
Wed., Feb. 29, 7 p.m. 2012
Free and open to the public
Join us for "Tangled in the Briarpatch: Tricksters, Underdogs, and Br'er Rabbit," an ethical exploration of the Br’er Rabbit stories accompanied by storytelling by Wren’s Nest Rambler Akbar Imhotep and a performance of an excerpt from the Atlanta Opera’s Rabbit Tales, an opera for children.
Discussion panelists will include Dr. Lawrence Jackson, Emory professor of English and African American Studies, Lain Shakespeare, member of the Joel Chandler Harris Association Board of Directors, and Madeleine St. Romain, the librettist of Rabbit Tales. Dr. Paul Root Wolpe, Director of the Emory University Center for Ethics, will moderate.