James Joyce’s novel Ulysses takes place on June 16th, 1904. It follows the wanderings of Leopold Bloom, a Jewish everyman, and Stephen Dedalus, a young writer and Joyce’s alter ego, as they wander the streets of Dublin.
The Wild Geese Players of Seattle will present staged readings of chapter 11, “Sirens”, adapted from the 1922 edition of Ulysses. The readings will take place at the Brechemin Auditorium, School of Music, University of Washington (Map) (Park in N6):
- Thursday, June 16th, 2005, at 8pm
- Saturday, June 18th, 2005, at 4pm
Back: Joe Martin, Bill Barnes, Joseph Ryan, Ciaran O’Mahony.
Front: Niall McDonnell, Jim McDermott, Scott McKinstry.
Congressman Jim McDermott will read the part of Leopold Bloom on Saturday 18th.
Entrance is free, but donations are appreciated.
This is our eighth year of Bloomsday readings. (Press Release).
International Joyce Exhibit: Central Library, Seattle
We will also be reading at the Central Library of the Seattle Public Library, as part of the International Joyce Exhibit, on Saturday, June 4th, at 2pm. 1000 Fourth Avenue.
See our archives for details of our previous readings.