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Live at IU Archive

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Inaugural Indiana Festival Theatre launches summer season with Meredith Willson's 'The Music Man'

The Music Man

The June 16, 2011 issue of Live at IU featured a top story on The Music Man, presented by Indiana Festival Theatre on the Indiana University Bloomington campus. Also included were 2011-2012 season announcements from IU Auditorium and the Department of Theatre and Drama and stories on IPFW's Riverfest, IU Bloomington's Juneteenth celebration, BMI Student Composer Awards for five Jacobs School of Music-afilliated musicians and a new CD-DVD from jazz pianist Monica Herzig. Full Story >>

IU hosting inaugural Summer Festival of the Arts

Summer Festival of the Arts

The May 19, 2011 issue of Live at IU featured a top story on IU Bloomington's new Summer Festival of the Arts. In addition were stories on IU Ruth Halls and Distinguished Professor Emerita Susan Gubar's admission to the prestigious American Philosophical Society; the interactive multidisciplinary work PASSION with Tropes, by Jacobs School of Music composer Don Freund; recent IU grauduate Isak Osagyefo Nti Asare's Thomas R. Pickering Graduate Foreign Affairs Fellowship; jazz musician and Jacobs School alum David Sterner on his new CD; Indiana's new poet laureate, IUPUI professor Karen Kovacik; and a Q-and-A with Rick Desloge, a graduate of the Theatre and Drama program now on the touring cast of Wicked. Full Story >>

IU Cinema to screen student-made feature film, 'Nathan and the Luthier'

Kate Braun

The April 21, 2011 issue of Live at IU featured a top story on IU senior Jacob Sherry, whose first feature film, Nathan and the Luthier, was scheduled to premiere at IU Cinema April 26. In addition were stories on Culture Shock 2011, a daylong free music festival in Dunn Meadow hosted by WIUX student radio; the selection of IPFW associate professor Suining Ding as Midwest regional chair for the Interior Design Educators Council; a new Kinsey Institute exhibit titled "Storytellers;" a School of Fine Arts professor's pilgrimage to Tibet, which will result in the multimedia project "Mount Kailas: Pilgrimage to Tibet's Grand Mandala;" the 2011-2012 IU Opera and Ballet Theater season; and the presentation of the Herman Hudson Alumni Award to alumna Crystal Taliefero-Pratt. Full Story >>

Opera about van Gogh, 'Vincent,' to make world premiere at IU Opera Theater April 8

The April 7, 2011 issue of Live at IU featured a top story on Vincent, a new opera about Vincent van Gogh, making its world premiere at Indiana University Bloomington. In addition were stories on the many alums of the IU Department of Theatre and Drama who are performing on Broadway; a new play based on IU Professor Jim Madison's book A Lynching in the Heartland: Race and Memory in America; IU Cinema's 25th anniversary screening of the movie Hoosiers, with a visit from the filmmakers; a new compilation of Ray Bradbury's works, edited by two IUPUI professors; IU Professor Elizabeth Shea's choreography being performed at the Kennedy Center; and Hammer and Nail, IU's annual student composer-choreographer collaboration. Full Story >>

IU alumna describes experiences filming 'Black Swan,' dancing with Pennsylvania Ballet

Swan Lake

The March 24, 2011 issue of Live at IU featured a top story on Lauren Fadeley, a ballerina who graduated from IU's Jacobs School of Music and went on to join the Pennsylvania Ballet -- and appear in the Oscar-nominated film Black Swan. In addition were articles about Language of Angels, presented this spring by the IU Department of Theatre and Drama; a ceramics show in Indianapolis by Malcolm Mobutu Smith; Assistant Professor Kylie Peppler's newly funded study about the potential for kids who love games like Guitar Hero to become genuinely interested in the arts; IU Ballet Theater's spring ballet; a book about "rockabilly" culture by IU Northwest Assistant Professor Jennifer Greenburg; and recent awards honoring Jacobs School of Music professors. Full Story >>

Your 15 minutes start now: IU Art Museum to celebrate Andy Warhol in exhibition opening March 5

Andy Warhol

The March 3, 2011 issue of Live at IU featured top stories on a new Andy Warhol exhibition at the IU Art Museum and a piece on Maura Smyth, a recently graduated doctoral student who has been elected to the Harvard Society of Fellows -- IU's first-ever student to receive this honor. In addition were stories on a $204,000 NEH grant for IU to host this summer's Picturing John James Audubon Institute; actress Molly Ringwald's planned keynote speech at IPFW's annual Tapestry fundraiser event; IU Professor William Itter's recent Distinguished Teaching Award for Art from the College Art Association; a new book edited by IUPUI Professor of English Jane E. Schultz, This Birth Place of Souls: The Civil War Diary of Harriet Eaton; and the Jacobs School of Music's performances of George Frideric Handel's oratorio Judas Maccabaeus, HWV 63. Full Story >>

IU Cinema to present silent film 'Metropolis' accompanied by Jacobs student salon orchestra

Metropolis Orchestra Practice

The Feb. 17, 2011 issue of Live at IU featured a top story on the IU Cinema's world premiere theatrical re-release of the groundbreaking epic film Metropolis (1927), accompanied by a 17-member salon orchestra of Jacobs School of Music performers. In addition were stories on Dumbstruck, a new documentary film produced by IU alumna Lindsay Goffman; IU Opera Theater's presentation of Faust; the naming of IU's School of Fine Arts Gallery, now the Grunwald Gallery of Art; some of the upcoming performances at The Ogle Center at IU Southeast; an appearance by filmmaker Spike Lee as part of ArtsWeek 2011; and the Department of Theatre and Drama's presentation of The Winter's Tale. Full Story >>

Acclaimed film director Peter Bogdanovich dedicates new IU Cinema

Peter Bogdanovich

The Feb. 3, 2011 issue of Live at IU featured stories on acclaimed director Peter Bogdanovich, who attended the official opening of the IU Cinema and received an honorary degree; an ArtsWeek 2011 project in which Joe LaMantia worked with high school students to create art for the facade of Twin Lakes Recreation Center; the Department of Theatre and Drama's production of Angels in America: Millennium Approaches; Fiddler in the Roof at IU Auditorium; Black History Month events at IPFW; Puccini operas Suor Angelica and Gianni Schicchi at the Musical Arts Center; and IU's Latin American Music Center's 50 year celebration. Full Story >>

IU Department of Theatre and Drama's new Indiana Festival Theatre opens in June with 'Music Man'

Theatre Renovation

The Jan. 20, 2011 issue of Live at IU featured a top story on the IU Department of Theatre and Drama's new summer theater festival, Indiana Festival Theatre, and the department's newly renovated academic and rehearsal space in the Lee Norvelle Theatre and Drama Center. In addition were stories on author and IU East adjunct faculty member Vickie Weaver's new book, Billie Girl; Blue Man Group's first appearance at IU Auditorium; a visit to IU Bloomington by a Pulitzer Prize-winning author; IPFW Associate Professor David Lindquist's visit to Israel to take part in the Yad Vashem Professors' Study Tour; and the 25th annual Live From Bloomington fundraiser. Full Story >>

The works of 'Contemporary Masters,' IU choreographers, featured at annual concert

Contemporary Dance

The Jan. 6, 2011 issue of Live at IU featured a top story on Contemporary Masters, a modern dance concert presented by the departments of Kinesiology and Theatre and Drama. In addition were stories on IU Bloomington's new Swahili program; IU alumna Abbie Silber, a singer-songwriter studying in Israel who just released her first album; a new residency program at IU's Jacobs School of Music with The Cleveland Orchestra, which performs at IU Auditorium Jan. 25; an IPFW Science Central Lunch that will enable participants to compose digital music; a Jan. 9 performance by the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra at the Musical Arts Center and a Haiti Film Festival Jan. 23 at the Buskirk-Chumley Theater that focuses on the ongoing social and economic needs of people in Haiti. Full Story >>

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