"I can ensure audiences that they won’t have seen anything like it before." director Murray McGibbon
A colorful, energetic spectacle with plenty of flash and dash.
It's one for all and all for one on stage at the Lee Norvelle Theatre and Drama Center!
A bubbly champagne comedy gets a flat beer interview.
Blood Brothers has the power and shape of a fable. It begins with a narrator asking “Have you heard the story of the Johnstone twins?”
The Indiana University Department of Theatre and Drama opens their 2009-2010 season with Will Russell’s award winning musical Blood Brothers.
Just when you think that the theatre season is closed at Indiana University, a rare surprise appears. The Department of Theatre and Drama’s Murray McGibbon with South African actor Stephen Gurney as the wizard Prospero along with IU students and other guests revisit Shakespeare’s “The Tempest” in the Wells-Metz Theatre.
South African actors and Indiana Unviersity students are performing Shakespeare’s final play, The Tempest in a production directed by IU faculty member Murray McGibbon with guest South African actor Stephen Gurney in the role of the magician Prospero.
For the first time is more than fifty years, IU’s Lee Norvelle Theatre and Drama Center hosts Shakespeare’s Hamlet. The production with its attention to individual characters and performance details clearly owes a lot to director Murray McGibbon. He’s also a key figure in the adaptation of the text. It was very intelligently done, with […]