Illinois State University alumni and friends are invited to the annual evening at the Illinois Shakespeare Festival with a performance of “Peter and the Starcatcher.”
Here are the five most recent examples of contemporary plays connected to the Bard that have helped the Illinois Shakespeare Festival’s “third play” develop its reputation as one not to miss.
CAKESPEARE! will be held outside the Center for the Performing Arts on the south end of the Illinois State University Quad at 4 p.m. Friday, April 22. The ISF Touring Company will put on a brief 40-minute performance of Shakespeare’s tragic love story, Romeo & Juliet. In getting ready for the 39th season, the Illinois Shakespeare Festival welcomes theatre
Illinois State University alumna Lauren Roark ’11 will return to Bloomington-Normal this summer as costume designer for the Illinois Shakespeare Festival. See what she has to say about her career and why she is a proud Redbird.
Kevin Rich, artistic director for the Illinois Shakespeare Festival, will speak at University Club (U-Club) on Friday, April 1 in the Faculty/Staff Commons at the Bone Student Center.
Tickets are now on sale for the Illinois Shakespeare Festival’s (ISF) 2016 season, which features three well-known hits: Twelfth Night, Hamlet, and Peter and the Starcatcher.
Here are the Top 5 new things about the 2016 Illinois Shakespeare Festival, which runs from July 8 through August 13 at Ewing Cultural Center in Bloomington.
Gabriel Gudding, Duriel Harris, and Kevin Rich will be honored for creativity at Illinois State University’s Founders Day on February 18.
The Illinois Shakespeare Festival is excited to announce a new endowed scholarship for incoming freshmen, the Sutter Family Shakespeare Scholarship, which will support student internships.
Casting is nearly complete for the Illinois Shakespeare Festival’s exciting 39th season. The next step for ISF’s casting process is to select of company of seven student interns.