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From the 15th century Findern manuscript.

From the 15th century Findern manuscript.

 

King Lear, Renaissance Theatre Company 1994, Kenneth Brannagh as Edmund

King Lear, directed by Trevor Nunn, PBS, 2008, Philip Winchester

King Lear in Zaatari

April 14th, Hudson Strode present *Caesar Must Die*

Hudson Strode presents Paolo and Vittorio Taviani’s *Caesar Must Die* (2012) on April 14th, 2014 at the Bama Theatre. The film is set in a prison in Rome, where inmates rehearse for a prison performance of Shakespeare’s *Julius Caesar.* The screening is free and open to the public.

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2177511/

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Caesar_Must_Die

On April 3rd, IF will present Steve Burch’s *Tiger’s Heart,* his cut of Shakespeare’s first tetralogy. This coming Monday (March 24th) we’re holding another cold reading of the play in RJ 236 at 6:00pm. If you’re interested in being a part of the show, come join us and get familiar with the script.

https://www.facebook.com/events/1008589382516325/?ref_dashboard_filter=upcoming&source=1

IF’s Spring 2014 shows!

Posted: January 29, 2014 by nrhelms in Uncategorized
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Starting with Merchant of Venice this coming Thursday!

IF's Spring 2014 shows!

Improbable Fictions spring meeting

Posted: January 6, 2014 by nrhelms in Uncategorized

Interested in joining IF this spring? In learning what our spring season will be? In hearing Deborah Parker’s cut of Merchant of Venice?  Join us next Sunday, Jan 12, in 301 Morgan Hall, 7:00pm.

 https://www.facebook.com/events/1410839229158494/?source=1

IF’s Fall 2013 Season

Posted: August 29, 2013 by nrhelms in Uncategorized

IF's Fall 2013 Season

IF’s Fall Season.  Look for events on Facebook and updates on Twitter (@ImprobFictions).

Auditions

Posted: August 19, 2013 by nrhelms in Uncategorized

Auditions!

Next Sunday (Aug 25) at 7:00pm in 301 Morgan Hall, IF will be holding a meeting to discuss our upcoming fall season, which will include Romeo and JulietHenry IV, and another Terry Pratchett adaptation.  If you’re interested in being involved in IF in any capacity (reading, publicity, etc.) stop by.  If you’ve never performed with us before, be sure to bring something Shakespearean to read: it’s a lot easier to cast you in a show once we’ve heard you!