Ophelia Emmons is named after the Ophelia, of Denmark, so Ophelia of Indiana’s place on the Shakespearean stage seems like a matter of destiny. She rejects any stars-aligning interpretation.
Pioneers, priests and warriors invade the Potawatomi world.
Robinson Shakespeare Company members take in the sights in London.
Blank! The Musical, created by Michael Girts ’07MBA, isn’t your typical musical — and not just because it is all improvised.
When you're saying goodbye to one of the greats, the moment just speaks for itself.
I still remember the thrill I got years ago when I finished hanging wall shelves in my bedroom closet. It was the first time I’d actually drilled holes in walls and the first time I’d ever attempted a home improvement project. Michelle Janning, author of The Stuff of Family Life, would, I think, be proud of me.
A glimpse into the lighter moments during the Robinson Shakespeare Company's adventure in England — from the struggle against jet lag on their first day to whiffs of 16th-century scents in a box to the sweet taste of mulberries fresh from a tree on William Shakespeare's land.
For an hour Thursday morning, the stage at the Globe Theatre in London belonged to the Robinson Shakespeare Company.
Campus security here. Asking you to, ah, take a bite outta crime.
To understand their daughter's rare disease, a couple turns to Notre Dame.