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The search for God in Prospect Hill

By Rinjisha Roy IU Theatre’s ongoing production Prospect Hill presents an intriguing and intricate sketch of the Christian religion in modern society. In the play, each of the three characters has come to realize and appreciate the power of God … Continue reading

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H-T Review: ‘Prospect Hill’ ventures off campus, into intriguing performance

By Matthew Waterman | H-T Reviewer It’s a known fact that many Indiana University students only experience Bloomington in a bubble. When they do stray from campus, they often don’t make it past downtown. You can get a degree from … Continue reading

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H-T PREVIEW: IU debuts new play by graduate student

By Joel Pierson, H-T Theater columnist Man, I tell you, I can’t catch a break. My play, “I Saw Jesus at the Jiffy Treet,” sits in a drawer, unread and unproduced. Meanwhile, Bruce Walsh’s “Prospect Hill” is about to get … Continue reading

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Writing from the heart…

Sometimes it’s hard to get a playwright to step in front of the curtain. With 3rd-year MFA Bruce Walsh, it’s nigh impossible. Yet as he nears the end of his time here at IU, he felt compelled to write this … Continue reading

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Live theatre in India: A student’s perspective

By Rinjisha Roy Hi everyone! This is Rinjisha again and in my post today, I would like to tell you a little about myself, and theatre in the place I come from. I am from Kolkata, previously Calcutta, in east … Continue reading

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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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