Laurence Senelick, author & dramaturg
The Henry Purcell Society of Boston is thrilled that LAURENCE SENELICK has added his voice and composed a narration for our very own adaptation of Tempest. He is Fletcher Professor of Drama and Oratory at Tufts University and a Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. He serves on the advisory board of Poets' Theatre, for which he has directed Comrades & Lovers, a play about Walt Whitman; acted in the Memorial Hall reading of Dylan Thomas's Under Milkwood, and co-compiled and performed The Poet Behind the Mask at the Boston Athenaeum. For Boston Baroque, he composed and performed narration for Purcell's King Arthur, The Fairy Queen and The Indian Queen, and for Castle HIll Concerts, for Purcell's Dioclesian.
INTERVIEW with Mr. Senelick HERE