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School of the Arts celebrates Shakespeare

 By: JOSELYN ELLINGTON
Staff Writer

IU South Bend’s Voice Studio and the Department of Theatre and Dance will pair up to honor William Shakespeare with the performance “Sounds of Shakespeare.”

The performance will begin at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 24, at the Louise E. Addicott and Yatish J. Joshi Performance Hall in Northside Hall. The show will include many works of art and is hosted by the Ernestine M. Raclin School of the Arts.

Professor Randy Colborn along with Emily Chidalek, who is studying theatre at IUSB, will perform several different monologues in the program.

Some of the musical selection performances will be by voice students Kaetlyn Andrysiak, Christopher Hardy, Julius C. Miller III, Lawrence Mitchel-Matthews, Allen Roberts, Alex Sadowski, Andrew Saylor, Josiah South, Patrick Watterson and Quin Wezeman, accompanied by piano students Joseph Bush, Devonte Glass, Siwon Kim, Temur Natobidze, and Shalva Vashakashvili and faculty accompanist Mariah Boucher.

Both actors and musicians in a collaborative manner will perform special pieces from “Henry the VIII,” “Othello,” “Twelfth Night,” “Love’s Labours Lost,” “West Side Story,” “Kiss Me, Kate,” “The Boys from Syracuse” and “As You Like It,” as well as others.

Tickets are available for $3 in advance and $5 the day of the event. All children and IUSB students receive one complimentary ticket. For more information call the arts box office at
574.520.4203 or visit arts.iusb.edu.


“Sounds of Shakespeare”

7pm — Wednesday, February 24, 2016

Performance Hall

1825 Northside Boulevard, South Bend

Tickets $3-$5 and FREE to students/children

574.520.4203 | arts.iusb.edu

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