HERE ARE SOME LINKS TO RESOURCES RELATED TO
T. S. ELIOT AND HIS WORK.

The T. S. Eliot Society:

Founded in 1980, the Society is an international association of persons interested in the art and thought of T. S. Eliot. The Society publishes a quarterly newsletter and holds an annual meeting each September (usually in St. Louis). The meeting includes presentations by noted Eliot scholars and Saturday dinner followed by the ritual night time swim in honor of Phlebas the Phoenician! The annual meeting is wonderfully stimulating… and just plain fun.

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A Short Biography of Eliot:

Poetry Magazine’s biographical sketch of T. S. Eliot.

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T.S. Eliot International Summer School:

Hosted by the School of Advanced Study at the University of London, the T.S. Eliot International Summer School welcomes all with an interest in T. S. Eliot and brings together some of the most distinguished scholars of Eliot and Modern Literature.

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T. S. Eliot’s The Waste Land:

An App for the iPad: Touch Press created an engaging iPad App that presents Eliot’s The Waste Land via annotated multi-media (including readings by Fiona Shaw, Alec Guinness, … and Eliot himself!).

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Little Gidding Church:

The church and its environs form the central locale of Eliot’s poem Little Gidding, the last poem in the sequence of Four Quartets.

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HERE ARE SOME LINKS TO RESOURCES THAT ARE… WELL, JUST
FRIENDS AND FAVORITES.
Provision Theater:

A comfortable 200-seat Equity house in Chicago’s University Village neighborhood, Provision Theater is devoted to producing works of hope, reconciliation, and redemption; works that challenge us to explore a life of meaning and purpose.  And what’s more, Provision offers free parking!

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The Den Theater:

There’s an exciting buzz in the air at The Den Theater on Milwaukee Avenue in Chicago’s Wicker Park neighborhood.  A real nexus of theater, art, dance, music.  With a bar!

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Molly Shanahan/Mad Shak:

Cutting edge, beautiful and beguiling choreography by one of our country’s leading “movement researchers,” Molly Shanahan.

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Jump Rhythm Jazz Project:

Founding Artistic Director Billy Siegenfeld has created something unstoppable in JRJP.  The company’s kinetic magnetism is irresistible.  “Gotta dance!”

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Newberry Library:

A world-renowned independent research library in Chicago, the Newberry offers readers an extensive non-circulating collection of rare books, maps, music, manuscripts, and other printed material spanning six centuries. The Newberry also offers excellent seminars in literature, history, philosophy and religion, and other subjects in the humanities.

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Luke Renn Design:

Besides being a terrific Equity actor, Luke Renn has talents in graphic design and technology.  When not onstage, he’s developing high-impact communications and websites for clients of his firm, Luke Renn Design. He knows what works…and how to get it done!.

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