A World Beyond Gender in the Left Hand of Darkness

Oct 30, 2017

Credit Photo by Beau Baumann

Ursula K. LeGuin’s classic 1969 science fiction novel The Left Hand of Darkness explores themes of a world beyond gender, as well as issues of loyalty and betrayal. In the past five years, she has worked with theatre director John B. Schmor, to collaboratively produce an evolving stage version. 

John Schmor directs as University Theater debuts the new version at UO’s Robinson Theater, November 3rd through 18th. John Schmor talks with KLCC's Eric Alan.