The Horizon

To be or not to be, that is the question

IUS Horizon

March 10, 2013

A look inside the famous, troubled character of Hamlet The scene is 17th century England; a man named Shakespeare sits down at a table with quill in hand, an ink jar resting nearby. A small flame from a candle shines on the parchment paper. Dipping his quill into the ink, Shakespeare begins to write...

The man behind Hamlet

IUS Horizon

March 10, 2013

If you have been around the IU Southeast Theater Department, you probably know Mitch Donahue, communications-theater junior. Donahue will be the lead role in the theater department’s upcoming production of “Hamlet.” Donahue began his theater career as a freshman in high school, and has excelled ever since then. “Before that I did not...

Contemporary approach to Shakespeare

IUS Horizon

March 10, 2013

[photospace] Black leather gloves, purple hooded vests and “murder most foul” come together to add a refreshing twist to Shakespeare’s classic tragedy in the IUS Department of Theater’s production of “Hamlet.” The IUS Department of Theater is opening its production season with “Hamlet”...