Program, The Tempest (2017)
The printed program for The Tempest on the College Theatre's Mainstage.
"The Tempest," written c. 1610-1611 by William Shakespeare, is the story of magician and rightful Duke of Milan Prospero and his daughter Miranda, both of whom have been deserted on an island for 12 years after Prospero's jealous brother Antonio set them adrift so that he could claim Prospero's throne. BSC's 2017 adaption was directed by Professor Alan Litsey and included notable guest artists such as music composer Justin Wallace, a University of Alabama at Birmingham graduate whose credits include cofounder/director of percussion ensemble Iron Giant Percussion as well as Music Director of Sanspointe Dance Company. In the leading role of Prospero was guest actress Rebecca Yeager, a BSC alum and current Director of Education at Birmingham Children's Theater. D. Connor McVey, who served as guest lighting design technician, is known as a resident artist at Terrific New Theatre in Birmingham as well as an advisor to the Alabama Conference of Theatre and a judge at its annual Walter S. Trumbauer competition.
Birmingham-Southern College -- Department of Theatre
Birmingham-Southern College -- Charles A. Rush Learning Center/N.E. Miles Library
2017 November 16-19
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