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Humanitas - Visiting Professorships at the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge

Humanitas is a series of Visiting Professorships at Oxford and Cambridge intended to bring leading practitioners and scholars to both universities to address major themes in the arts, social sciences and humanities. Created by Lord Weidenfeld, the Programme is managed and funded by the Institute for Strategic Dialogue with the support of a series of generous benefactors and administered by the Humanities Division in Oxford and the Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities (CRASSH) in Cambridge.

Humanitas will welcome some twenty Visiting Professors, who will be appointed for a given academic year and invited to deliver a series of lectures, followed by a related symposium, workshop or masterclass for graduate students.

# Episode Title Description People Date
1 Interview with Tom Stoppard Award-winning playwright Tom Stoppard talks about the role of diversity in theatre Tom Stoppard 19 Jul 2016
2 Tom Stoppard Q&A Award-winning playwright and screenwriter Tom Stoppard Q&A with Professor Dame Hermione Lee. Tom Stoppard, Hermione Lee 11 Jul 2016
3 Creative Commons Tom Stoppard Lecture Award-winning playwright Tom Stoppard delivers a public lecture Tom Stoppard 05 Jul 2016
4 Simon Schama on Public History What does hip hop have in common with Herodotus? In this lecture celebrated historian Simon Schama explores the tradition of public history drawing on Walter Scott, Thomas Carlyle, Winston Churchill and Lin-Manuel Miranda. Simon Schama 20 May 2016
5 The Past and its Publics Simon Schama, Craig Clunas and Margaret MacMillan tackle the thorny question of how the past should interact with the public, or publics, who consume it. Simon Schama, Margaret MacMillan, Craig Clunas 20 May 2016
6 Kapellmeister or Conductor Part of the Christian Thielemann Humanitas Visiting Professorship in Opera Studies 2015-2016 Christian Thielemann, Roger Allen 23 Feb 2016
7 Performing Opera Part of the Christian Thielemann Humanitas Visiting Professorship in Opera Studies 2015-2016 Christian Thielemann, Roger Allen, Matthew Reese, Peter Franklin 23 Feb 2016
8 Regietheater Revisited Part of the Christian Thielemann Humanitas Visiting Professorship in Opera Studies 2015-2016 Christian Thielemann, Peter Franklin, Barry Millington, Suzanne Aspden 23 Feb 2016
9 A Conductor's Point of View A lecture by Christian Thielemann Christian Thielemann 22 Feb 2016
10 Humanities. Are they important? Humanitas Visting Professor Stephen Greenblatt discusses whether humanities are important. Stephen Greenblatt 17 Nov 2015
11 Between Art and Architecture A lecture by celebrated artist Maya Lin Maya Lin 06 Aug 2015
12 Rationality versus emotionality in the century of extremes Professor Ute Frevert discusses rationality vs emotionality with a response from Professor Barbara Rosenwein Ute Frevert, Barbara Rosenwein 19 May 2015
13 How can there be a history of emotions? Professor Barbara Rosenwein explores the history of emotions Barbara Rosenwein, Ute Frevert 19 May 2015
14 Challenges Facing American Intelligence Professor John McLaughlin discusses Challenges facing American Intelligence John McLaughlin 19 May 2015
15 An Intelligence Officer Looks at Terrorism: Where it's Been, Where it's heading Professor John McLaughlin looks at Terrorism in the 21st Century John McLaughlin 19 May 2015
16 Generations of Feeling Barbara Rosenwein discusses the generations of feeling Barbara Rosenwein 18 May 2015
17 Between the artist and the museum A symposium with Vik Muniz and Michael Govan (Chief Executive Officer and Wallis Annenberg Director, Los Angeles County Museum of Art) Chaired by Paul Hobson (Director, Modern Art Oxford) Vik Muniz, Michael Govan, Wallis Annenberg, Paul Hobson 11 Aug 2014
18 Class dismissed... Art, creativity and education A lecture by Vik Muniz, Humanitas Visiting Professor in Contemporary Arts Vik Muniz 11 Aug 2014
19 Creative Commons Renée Fleming, "In Conversation" Humanitas Visiting Professor in Opera Studies Renée Fleming, in conversation with Edward Seckerson. Renée Fleming, Edward Seckerson 10 Jul 2014
20 Creative Commons Kelly Reichardt "In Conversation" Filmmaker and Humanitas Visiting Professor in Film and Television, Kelly Reichardt, in conversation about her films. Kelly Reichardt 12 Jun 2014
21 Histories of the Self A roundtable discussion with Lynn Hunt (Humanitas Visiting Professor in Historiography), Lyndal Roper (Regius Professor of History) and Elleke Boehmer (Professor of World Literature in English). Lynn Hunt, Lyndal Roper, Elleke Boehmer 29 May 2014
22 The French Revolution in a Global Perspective A lecture by the Humanitas Visiting Professor in Historiography, Lynn Hunt. Lynn Hunt 29 May 2014
23 Do Human Rights Need a History? Lynn Hunt (Humanitas Visiting Professor in Historiography) in discussion with Sandra Fredman (Rhodes Professor of Law & Co-Director of the Oxford Martin Programme on Human Rights for Future Generations) Lynn Hunt, Sandra Fredman 29 May 2014
24 Michael Govan lecture - "A View from the Pacific: Re-envisioning the Art Museum" The Director of the Los Angeles County Museum gives a talk for the Humanitas Visiting Professorship in Museums, Galleries and Libraries. Chaired by Christopher Brown (Director, Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology, Oxford). Michael Govan, Christopher Brown 28 May 2014
25 General Hayden, Lecture: "Terrorism and Islam's Civil War: Whither the Threat?" Former Director of the National Security Agency and Central Intelligence Agency General Hayden gives a talk for the Humanitas visiting professorship in Intelligence Studies and Islamism Michael Hayden 25 Feb 2014
26 General Hayden, Lecture: "My Government, My Security and Me" Former Director of the National Security Agency and Central Intelligence Agency General Hayden gives a talk for the Humanitas visiting professorship in Intelligence Studies Michael Hayden 25 Feb 2014
27 Rowan Williams, Lecture: ‘Faith and Human Flourishing: religious belief and ideals of maturity’? Rowan Williams, visiting professor in Interfaith Studies, gives a lecture on religious beliefs and human flourishing Rowan Williams 12 Feb 2014
28 Rowan Williams, In Conversation with Jon Snow Rowan Williams, visiting professor in Interfaith Studies, in conversation with Channel 4 News anchor Jon Snow Rowan Williams, Jon Snow 12 Feb 2014
29 Rowan Williams; Faith, Force and Authority: does religious belief change our understanding of how power works in society? Dr Williams, Master of Magdalene College, University of Cambridge, gives a talk on religious belief and how it relates to power in sociey Rowan Williams 12 Feb 2014
30 Imogen Cooper In Concert: Recital: Schubert Imogen Cooper, Humanitas Visiting Professorship in Classical Music and Music Education gives a recital of Schubert's 4 Impromptus D899, Sonata in a minor D784, 11 Ecossaises D781, Sonata in D major D850. Imogen Cooper 17 Sep 2013
31 Imogen Cooper: Masterclass Humanitas Visiting Professorship in Classical Music and Music Education, Imogen Cooper, gives a piano masterclass to students. Imogen Cooper 17 Sep 2013
32 The Domain of the Poem: Lyric, Sign, Meaning and Rhythm in Contemporary Ars Poetica (4) Don Paterson, acclaimed poet, gives the fourth and final lecture for Humanitas lecture series on Comparative European Literature. Don Paterson 24 Jul 2013
33 The Domain of the Poem: Lyric, Sign, Meaning and Rhythm in Contemporary Ars Poetica (3) Don Paterson, acclaimed poet, gives the third lecture for Humanitas lecture series on Comparative European Literature. Don Paterson 24 Jul 2013
34 The Domain of the Poem: Lyric, Sign, Meaning and Rhythm in Contemporary Ars Poetica (2) Don Paterson, acclaimed poet, gives the second lecture for Humanitas lecture series on Comparative European Literature. Don Paterson 24 Jul 2013
35 Creative Commons In conversation: Music theatre between opera and drama - Contemporary opera, modern staging, bad or good public. Gerard Mortier in conversation with Ashutosh Khandekar, Editor of Opera Now followed by a roundtable discussion with Hugo Shirley, Deputy-Editor of Opera magazine. Gerard Mortier, Ashutosh Khandekar, Hugo Shirley 17 Jun 2013
36 Creative Commons In conversation 'Mozart, our contemporary' Gerard Mortier in discussion with Adeline Mueller, Weston Junior Research Fellow (Music), about Mozart and his influence on Classical music as part of the Humanitas lecture series on Opera Studies. Gerard Mortier, Adeline Mueller 17 Jun 2013
37 Creative Commons The Salzburg Festival - circa 100 years after Hofmannsthal's idea about the festival Gerard Mortier gives a lecture about Opera for the Humanitas lecture series on Opera Studies. Gerard Mortier 17 Jun 2013
38 Creative Commons Acting Masterclass: "Lend me your ears" A practical Masterclass with Greg Doran from the Royal Shakespeare Company on how Shakespeare spins rhetoric for the actor, with Sam Leith, journalist and writer, and author of 'You Talkin' to Me'. Students from Oxford University Drama Society take part. Gregory Doran, Sam Leith 07 Jun 2013
39 Creative Commons Acting Masterclass: 'Pyramus, you begin' A practical Masterclass looking at what clues Shakespeare puts into the verse for the actor. Students from Oxford University Drama Society will take part in the masterclass with an audience. Gregory Doran 07 Jun 2013
40 The Domain of the Poem: Lyric, Sign, Meaning and Rhythm in Contemporary Ars Poetica (1) Don Paterson, acclaimed poet, gives a lecture for Humanitas lecture series on Comparative European Literature. Don Paterson 28 May 2013
41 Creative Commons Film Workshop: the cinema of Michael Winterbottom Filmmaker Michael Winterbottom hosts a workshop on Film for the Humanitas lecture series on Film and Television. Michael Winterbottom 28 May 2013
42 Creative Commons Michael Winterbottom in Conversation: Genres, Adaptation and Contemporary Cinema Filmmaker Michael Winterbottom gives a talk for the Humanitas lecture series on Film and Television. Michael Winterbottom, Eugene Rogan, Laura Marcus, Andrew Klevan 28 May 2013
43 Creative Commons Our Religious Traditions in a long Historical Perspective Professor Abdou Filali-Ansary gives a lecture for the Humanitas lecture series on Interfaith Studies. Abdou Filali-Ansary 28 May 2013
44 Creative Commons Two Concepts of Sharia? Professor Abdou Filali-Ansary gives a lecture for the Humanitas lecture series on Interfaith Studies. Abdou Filali-Ansary 28 May 2013
45 Creative Commons One Century of 'Liberal islam': Where do we find ourselves now? Professor Abdou Filali-Ansary gives a lecture for the Humanitas lecture series on Interfaith Studies. Abdou Filali-Ansary 28 May 2013
46 Creative Commons Resisting Apologetics: What can we learn from Ibn Rushd and our contemporaries? Professor Abdou Filali-Ansary gives a lecture for the Humanitas lecture series on Interfaith Studies. Abdou Filali-Ansary 28 May 2013
47 Creative Commons Performance - interpretation or identification? Symposium Symposium with Imogen Cooper actor, Simon Callow, musicologist, Professor Eric Clarke and Professor Jason Stanyek. Imogen Cooper, Simon Callow, Eric Clarke, Jason Stanyek 28 May 2013
48 Creative Commons The Hidden Power of the Re-Creative Process in Music Imogen Cooper, 'Recognized worldwide as a pianist of virtuosity and poetic poise', gives a lecture for the Humanitas lecture series on Classical Music and Music Education. Imogen Cooper 28 May 2013
49 Creative Commons Albert Hourani Revisited: Arabic and Indian thought in the Liberal Age Professor Sir Christopher Bayly gives a talk for the Humanitas Lecture series on Historigraphy. Sir Christopher Bayly 28 May 2013
50 Creative Commons Marshall G S Hodgson, Islam and World History Professor Sir Christopher Bayly gives a talk for the Humanitias lecture series in Historiography with a response from Dr Faisal Devji. Sir Christopher Bayly, Faisal Devji 28 May 2013
51 Creative Commons Pictures and Texts A symposium with William Kentridge, Ivo Mesquita and Estrella de Diego Otero, chaired by Shearer West on Thursday 9 May 2013 in the Grove Auditorium, Magdalen College, Oxford. William Kentridge, Ivo Mesquita, Estrella de Diego Otero, Shearer West 28 May 2013
52 Creative Commons Thinking on one's feet and Museums: experience versus numbers Double inaugural lecture with William Kentridge and Ivo Mesquita, chaired by Seamus Perry. William Kentridge, Ivo Mesquita, Seamus Perry 28 May 2013
53 Creative Commons In Conversation: Writing the History of Reason Professor Lorraine Daston in conversation with Professor Sally Shuttleworth. Lorraine Daston, Sally Shuttleworth, John Christie 28 May 2013
54 Creative Commons Symposium - The New History of Scientific Experience: Observing, Experimenting, Collecting, Representing and Reading in Early Modern Europe With Professor Lorraine Daston, Dr Simon Werrett (UCL), Dr Rhodri Lewis (Oxford), Dr Sachiko Kusukawa (Cambridge) and Prof Martin Mulsow (Erfurt), chaired by Prof Laurence Brockliss (Oxford). Lorraine Daston, Simon Werrett, Rhodri Lewis, Sachiko Kusukawa 28 May 2013
55 Creative Commons Inaugural Lecture - Nature's Revenge: A History of Risk, Responsibility, and Reasonableness Director of the Max Planck Institute for the History of Science: Professor Lorraine Daston gives her inaugural lecture at Merton College. Lorraine Daston 28 May 2013
56 Creative Commons Mark Thompson (Symposium): Politics and Language - Friends or Enemies? Symposium following Mark Thompson's series of talks for the Humanitas Programme. With Polly Toynbee, Gus O'Donnell, David Willetts MP and chaired by Andrew Marr. Mark Thompson, Polly Toynbee, Gus O'Donnell, David Willetts 15 Nov 2012
57 Creative Commons Mark Thompson: Not in my name In his third lecture, Mark Thompson looks at what happens when modern rhetoric and morality collide, taking the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan as his principal examples. Mark Thompson 15 Nov 2012
58 Creative Commons Mark Thompson: Consign it to the flames Almost everyone accepts that science is our most authoritative guide to understanding the world so why is it so disputed when it comes to public policy? Mark Thompson examines what's happened to the 'argument from authority' in modern rhetoric. Mark Thompson 15 Nov 2012
59 Creative Commons Mark Thompson: Inaugural Lecture - Is Plato winning the argument? Drawing in particular on recent examples from American and British healthcare reform, Mark Thompson asks whether the language of politics is changing in ways which threaten public understanding of and engagement with the most important issues of the day. Mark Thompson 15 Nov 2012
60 Creative Commons Lessons on Capital Flows and Financial Stability Professor Hyun Song Shin, Hughes-Rogers Professor of Economics at Princeton University, gives a talk for the Humanitas Professorship on Economic Thought. Hyun Song Shin 12 Nov 2012
61 Lessons for banking reform Professor Sir John Vickers, Warden All Souls College, gives a workshop on Economic thought looking at banking reform. Sir John Vickers 10 Nov 2012
62 Creative Commons Lessons of The Crisis 2007-2012 Stanley Fischer, Govenor of the Bank of Israel and Humanitas Visiting Professor of Economic Thought, gives a talk for the Humanitas program. Stanley Fischer 10 Nov 2012
63 Creative Commons Christopher Brown and Malcom Rogers in conversation Malcolm Rogers and Dr Brown, the Director of the Ashmolean Museum, will discuss and compare their experiences of overseeing the extensive renovations of the Ashmolean Museum and the Boston Museum of Fine Arts. Christopher Brown, Malcom Rogers 19 Jun 2012
64 Creative Commons Malcolm Rogers: The Art Museum in the 21st Century Malcolm Rogers (Ann and Graham Gund Director, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston) delivers a lecture as Visiting Professor in Museums Galleries and Libraries. Malcolm Rogers 19 Jun 2012
65 Creative Commons The Holocaust, Narrative and Remembrance - Part Two Part 2/2. Workshop with Prof Dan Stone (RHUL), Paul Salmons (the IOE's Centre for Holocaust Education) and Prof Mark Roseman (Indiana University). Dan Stone, Paul Salmons, Mark Roseman 19 Jun 2012
66 Creative Commons The Holocaust, Narrative and Remembrance - Part One Part 1/2. Workshop with with Prof Dan Stone (RHUL), Paul Salmons (the IOE's Centre for Holocaust Education) and Prof Mark Roseman (Indiana University). Dan Stone, Paul Salmons, Mark Roseman 19 Jun 2012
67 Creative Commons Saul Friedländer in conversation A discussion forum on writing Holocaust history with Prof Jane Caplan (St Antony's College, Oxford), Prof Mark Roseman (Indiana University) and Prof Nicholas Stargardt (Magdalen College, Oxford). Saul Friedländer, Jane Caplan, Mark Roseman, Nicholas Stargardt 19 Jun 2012
68 Creative Commons Saul Friedländer: Trends in the historiography of the Holocaust Professor Saul Friedländer delivers a lecture as the inaugural Humanitas Visiting Professor in Historiography. Saul Friedländer 19 Jun 2012
69 Creative Commons Masterclass - Climate Change: Justice and Benefit Final of four masterclass sessions on Economic Thought. With Professor John Broome (White's Professor of Moral Philosophy at Oxford University). John Broome 18 Jun 2012
70 Masterclass with Professor Sir Robert Watson Third of four masterclass sessions on Economic Thought. With Professor Sir Robert Watson (inaugural Humanitas Visiting Professor in Economic Thought). Robert Watson 18 Jun 2012
71 Creative Commons Sir Partha Dasgupta: Masterclass - The Idea of Personhood in Intergenerational Well-Being Second of four masterclass sessions on Economic Thought. With Professor Sir Partha Dasgupta (inaugural Humanitas Visiting Professor in Economic Thought). Partha Dasgupta 18 Jun 2012
72 Creative Commons Sir Partha Dasgupta: Masterclass - Discounting Climate Change First of four masterclass sessions on Economic Thought. With Professor Sir Partha Dasgupta (inaugural Humanitas Visiting Professor in Economic Thought). Partha Dasgupta 18 Jun 2012
73 Creative Commons Sir Partha Dasgupta: The Ethics of Intergenerational Distribution Inaugural lecture by Professor Sir Partha Dasgupta, Humanitas Visiting Professor in Economic Thought. Partha Dasgupta 18 Jun 2012
74 Joseph Volpe: Opera - past, present and future. Joseph Volpe (Humanitas Visiting Professor in Opera Studies) in conversation with William Conner (former Director of Development for the San Fransisco Opera). Joseph Volpe, William Conner 18 Jun 2012
75 Joseph Volpe: Whither Opera in the 21st Century? Inaugural address by Joseph Volpe, Visiting Professor in Opera Studies. Joseph Volpe 18 Jun 2012
76 Chief Rabbi Lord Sacks: Symposium - Making Space (does the Judaic model make sense in Christianity and Islam?) Symposium following the lectures delivered by Chief Rabbi, Lord Sacks (Visiting Professor in Interfaith Studies 2011-2012) on the subject of 'Making Space: A Jewish Theology of the Other'. Jonathan Sacks, Janet Soskice, Abdou Filali-Ansari, Guy Stroumsa 24 Apr 2012
77 Chief Rabbi Lord Sacks: The face of the other - the curious nature of biblical narrative Third of three lectures delivered by Chief Rabbi, Lord Sacks (Visiting Professor in Interfaith Studies 2011-2012) on the subject of 'Making Space: A Jewish Theology of the Other'. Jonathan Sacks 24 Apr 2012
78 Chief Rabbi Lord Sacks: Truth and translatability Second of three lectures delivered by Chief Rabbi, Lord Sacks (Visiting Professor in Interfaith Studies 2011-2012) on the subject of 'Making Space: A Jewish Theology of the Other'. Jonathan Sacks 24 Apr 2012
79 Chief Rabbi Lord Sacks: After Babel - A Jewish theology of interfaith First of three lectures delivered by Chief Rabbi, Lord Sacks (Visiting Professor in Interfaith Studies 2011-2012) on the subject of 'Making Space: A Jewish Theology of the Other'. Jonathan Sacks 24 Apr 2012
80 Vanessa Redgrave: Speak What We Feel Not What We Ought To Say - (Part 2.2) Antony and Cleopatra Vanessa Redgrave (Humanitas Visiting Professor in Drama 2011-2012) delivers the second of two lectures focused on the theme of Theatre and Politics. Vanessa Redgrave 24 Apr 2012
81 Vanessa Redgrave: Speak What We Feel Not What We Ought To Say - (Part 2.1) Antony and Cleopatra Vanessa Redgrave (Humanitas Visiting Professor in Drama 2011-2012) delivers the second of two lectures focused on the theme of Theatre and Politics. Vanessa Redgrave 24 Apr 2012
82 Vanessa Redgrave: Speak What We Feel Not What We Ought To Say - (Part 1.2) King Lear - Panel Discussion Panel discussion following Vanessa Redgrave's first lecture focused on the theme of Theatre and Politics. Vanessa Redgrave, Carlo Nero, Fred Harrison, Robert Holtom 24 Apr 2012
83 Vanessa Redgrave: Speak What We Feel Not What We Ought To Say - (Part 1.1) King Lear Vanessa Redgrave (Humanitas Visiting Professor in Drama 2011-2012) delivers the first of two lectures focused on the theme of Theatre and Politics. Vanessa Redgrave 24 Apr 2012
84 Creative Commons Symposium on the Future of Airport Capacity Symposium with Lord Foster, Huw Thomas, Louise Congdon, Dr Richard Broderick and Chris Moores. Chaired by Professor David Banister. Lord Foster, Huw Thomas, Louise Congdon, Richard Broderick 21 Dec 2011
85 Noman Foster: Heritage and Lessons Lord Foster, Humanitas Visiting Professor in Architecture 2011, speaking on 'Heritage and Lessons', November 2011. Norman Foster 13 Dec 2011
86 Religion and the (Un)translatability of Cultures Professor Jan Assmann gives the first lecture in the Visiting Professorship in Interfaith Studies as part of the Humanitas lecture series. Jan Assmann 19 Jul 2011
87 The museums and the artist A symposium with Glenn D. Lowry, Thomas Struth (Artist), Neil MacGregor (Director, The British Museum) and Penelope Curtis (Director, Tate Britain) held at the Said Business School on 5th May 2011. Glenn D. Lowry, Thomas Struth, Neil MacGregor, Penelope Curtis 08 Jun 2011
88 The abodes of the muses: theorising the modern art museum Glenn D. Lowry, Director of the Museum of Modern Art, New York, gives a talk on Museums for the Humanitas - Visiting Professorships at the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge series. Glenn D Lowry 06 Jun 2011
89 Norman Foster: Symposium on the Future of Cities - Discussion and Concluding Remarks Discussion and concluding remarks from Lord Foster to end the half-day symposium on the future of cities. John Ockendon, Malcolm McCulloch, Steve Rayner, David Banister 02 Feb 2011
90 Norman Foster: Symposium on the Future of Cities This half-day symposium, convened by the School of Geography and the Environment, addresses themes arising from Lord Foster's lecture, focusing on the city of the future and includes internationally distinguished panelists from Oxford and beyond. John Ockendon, Malcolm McCulloch, Steve Rayner, David Banister 02 Feb 2011
91 Creative Commons Norman Foster: Lecture Lord Foster delivers his inaugural lecture as Humanitas Visiting Professor of Architecture at the University of Oxford, asking how do we sustainably accommodate larger populations in cities in a way that does not recklessly deplete natural resources? Norman Foster 02 Feb 2011
92 Creative Commons Athol Fugard: "Defining Moments" Humanitas Inaugural Keynote Lecture - Athol Fugard: "Defining Moments" - in his life and work. Venue: Simpkins Lee Lecture Theatre, Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford. Athol Fugard 02 Feb 2011
93 Athol Fugard: Playing Fugard Athol Fugard in conversation with award-winning South African actors Janet Suzman and John Kani. Venue: Gulbenkian Theatre, St Cross Building, Oxford. Athol Fugard, Janet Suzman, John Kani 02 Feb 2011
94 Athol Fugard: The Playwriting Process Athol Fugard in conversation with playwrights Jez Butterworth (Jerusalem) and Rebecca Lenkiewicz (Her Naked Skin). Venue: Simpkins Lee Lecture Theatre, Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford. Athol Fugard, Jez Butterworth, Rebecca Lenkiewicz 02 Feb 2011