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Tuesday, June 8, 2010

IU Theatre & Drama 2010-2011 Season

Categories: Indiana University, Arts & Culture

Indiana University's Lee Norvelle Theatre and Drama Center has announced their 2010-2011 schedule. Each of these productions are also listed on the visitbloomington.com calendar of events, but I thought I'd share the entire schedule as well. There are some great shows coming up! Start planning now to build a Bloomington getaway around a night out at the theatre, just add a tasty meal at one of the area's awesome eateries, reserve a hotel room and you've got the perfect getaway for the girls or cozy weekend with someone special! 

Oct. 8-16 - Based on the timeless Giacomo Puccini opera La Bohéme, this emotionally stirring story set in New York’s East Village is one of the most successful musicals in American history.

Oct. 22-30 - This tragic story delves into the ways we deal with grief, individually and as families, and demonstrates the power of love in healing.

Nov. 12-20 - Welcome to the 1920s English country home of the Bliss family, an eccentric family of four outlandish characters who independently invite a guest for the weekend.

Dec. 3-11 - A woman remembers disturbing driving lessons from a favorite uncle, sparking a relationship that is at the heart of this compelling, bittersweet story.

Feb. 4-12 - This sweeping drama explores contemporary American culture, politics, the character of its people through the heroic spirit of a spindly, abandoned gay man. 

Feb. 25-Mar. 5 - In one of the bard’s most sweeping sagas, violent jealousy turns a king into a tyrant and tears apart families and friendships as ttwo kingdoms experience regret, redemption and reunion.

Mar. 25-Apr. 2 - This haunting cycle of ghost stories investigates the circumstances surrounding a young woman’s disappearance inside a cave in rural Appalachia and the frightening, interwoven fate of those who survive her. (Mature Audiences)

Apr. 15-23 - This lively musical comedy spoofs ship-board romances and features a stowaway, a sexy evangelist turned night club singer, a Wall Street banker, and a notorious crook disguised as a minister. (Family Friendly)

Tosha Daugherty

Tosha Daugherty

Tosha was the primary contributor to the B-town Blog during her tenure as content coordinator. Her blogs covered a number of topics, from family activities to outdoor excursions.

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