By: Connie Klimek Staff-Writer Senior Theater majors Mya Piccione and Dan Klimczak take audiences back to the trauma of the pandemic’s onset in March 2020 through the eyes of 22 year old Eve living in New York City, in their loose adaptation of “Everyman” from the 16th century. That’s right, Piccione and Klimczak are playwrights.
By: Connie Klimek Staff-writer Meet the Director for the Michele’s Little Hearts Theatre production at IU South Bend, Hannah Freeto. Freeto is a junior theatre performance major with a minor in marketing at IU South Bend, graduating in Spring 2023. Freeto is directing “Tortoise vs. Hare 2: This Time It’s Personal!” This show is a
By: KATELYN FIRESTEIN Staff Writer email@example.com The theatre and dance department at IU South Bend put on the production, “Mamma Mia!” last weekend. The show ran from Thursday, Oct. 4 to Sunday, Oct. 7. The production had several sold-out shows. The musical includes a variety of acting, dancing and singing. It includes the timeless songs
By Brenda Machado Staff Writer This year the theater at IU South Bend is raising its ticket prices, including student tickets. Now, the average ticket price has been bumped up to $5 for students instead of being completely free. Marvin Curtis, dean of the Ernestine M. Raclin School of the Arts
By IZZA JATALA Staff Writer Electronic-embedded dystopian costumes, some reminiscent of the “Hunger Games” film, are one of the features to look forward to in the upcoming play, “King Lear”. Catch the IU South Bend Theatre and Dance Company performance at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 17, through Saturday, Oct. 19, and at 2 p.m.