“TRUE COLORS” PLAY AT IUPUI EXPLORES BIGOTRY AND TOLERANCE
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Measure for Measure by William Shakespeare
After the international success of “The History of Cardenio”, Hoosier Bard returns to the Fringe with a world-premiere double bill: Shakespeare’s original Measure for Measure, set in Italy, uncensored, written in 1603, alongside the more familiar version, adapted in 1621 by “our other Shakespeare”, Thomas Middleton, set in Vienna. See the newly restored Italian version on Feb 21, 22, 23, and the Viennese version Feb 28, March 1, or March 2.
Artist-in Residence Performance: Tim Hardy in The Ancient Mariner, A Dramatic Song Cycle Inspired by Samuel Taylor Coleridge
DATE: Friday, September 14, 2012
TIME: 8:00PM – 9:30PM
LOCATION: Crystal Terrace Ball Room, Columbia Club; 121 Monument Circle; Indianapolis, IN 46202
Tickets available here. $25 general, $15 students.
The IUPUI Arts and Humanities Institute (IAHI) and Butler University’s Jordan College of Fine Art are pleased to present the American premiere of this unique musical program featuring internationally acclaimed performer Tim Hardy of the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London, and piano accompaniment by Rebecca Edie.
The 2012 artist-in-residence at the IAHI, Tim Hardy has performed with the Royal Shakespeare Company, with the Opera Music Theatre London, and at prestigious theaters across the United Kingdom and Europe. he has narrated more than 300 television documentaries, and his extensive directing credits include Romeo and Juliet, Twelve Angry Men, and the Crucible.
Award-winning composer Geoff Page has created an impressive body of musicals that include Academy of Death, A Christmas Carol, and The Signalman.
Tickets available here.