Monthly Archives: February 2017

Trinculo’s Puppet: A Jester’s Staff Comes to Life

By Tara Chuisano In IU’s production of The Tempest, I play a wild shipwrecked jester and I have a puppet to talk to on stage. Over the course of the rehearsal process I have become buddies with the little guy. … Continue reading

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UP’s SLIP: Collaboration in Motion

By Ashley Dillard Hello IU theatre fans! It’s been almost 2 weeks since my last interview–have you missed me? Have no fear! I am back with an in-depth chat with the University Player’s Director of Choreography, Bailey Praeger to discuss … Continue reading

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H-T Review: Risky ‘Tempest’ production pays off for IU

“The Tempest” was probably the last play that William Shakespeare authored alone, but he was clearly not past his prime. In many ways, “The Tempest” was his most imaginative play of all. Unlike most of Shakespeare’s plays, there is no … Continue reading

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Faculty Spotlight: Paul Brunner

By Ashley Dillard Hey IU theatre fans! I’m back with another feature on one of our awesome faculty members, Paul Brunner. Paul is the Technical Director and Head of the Theatre Technology program and although he feels much more comfortable … Continue reading

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Director Woronicz turns tide with ‘The Tempest’ at Indiana University

By Joel Pierson, H-T Theater columnist I have a soft spot in my heart for “The Tempest.” It’s William Shakespeare’s final play, his farewell performance, if you will, and it’s all about saying goodbye when you know the time has … Continue reading

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Tempestuous Personalities

By James Nelson The cast of The Tempest has been living and breathing their characters for weeks. We checked in with them to see how they’ve gotten to know their characters, and pitched them a few super serious questions. Enjoy! … Continue reading

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From the H-T: Aerial Ariels!

Safety, Training, vital to performance in production of classic Shakespeare play By Marcela Creps As Henry Woronicz prepared to direct IU Theatre’s production of “The Tempest,” he decided to do something different. He’s been in productions of the Shakespeare play, … Continue reading

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