The renowned Italian actor and director Franco Palmieri will be in residence at Notre Dame from March 26–31 to lead a campus-wide version of the Cento Canti project. Palmieri is famous for directing large-scale public readings of Dante's _Divine Comedy_, and Notre Dame will be the site of his latest endeavor. All lovers of Dante or Italian, whatever their level of linguistic or textual expertise, are encouraged to attend. You are invited to attend one (or more) of the workshops Palmieri is hosting in preparation for a public performance of Dante. The workshop schedule is as follows: *Tuesday, March 27, 2012* # 4:30–5:30pm: Room 100–104 McKenna Hall *Wednesday, March 28, 2012* # 9:35–10:25am: Room 100–104 McKenna Hall # 10:40–11:30: 217 DeBartolo Hall # 11:45–12:35: 241 DeBartolo Hall # 12:50–1:40: 208 DeBartolo Hall # 4:30–5:30pm: Room 100–104 McKenna Hall *Thursday, March 29, 2012* # 3:00–4:00pm: Room 100–104 McKenna Hall # 5:00–6:00pm: Room 100–104 McKenna Hall The public performance will be held on Friday, March 30, 2012, in the Hesburgh Library concourse and atrium. Attend a workshop and join Italian Studies at Notre Dame for a week of Dante on campus.