Campus Theme 2013-2014: “Much Ado About Will: 450 Years of Shakespeare and Counting!”
The campus will be celebrating the 450 anniversary of Shakespeare's birth with a year long celebration of his works.
To kick off the celebration, we held a "Bard Madness" tournament to select the campus community's favorite Shakespeare play.
The match-up was between #1 seed Hamlet & #2 seed As You Like It. In a landslide, As You Like It was the winner. View the entire Bard Madness bracket here.
Guest artist Michael Potts (The Wire, True Detective, Law & Order: SVU) will be participating in various campus classroom activities March 31 & April 1. He will also be giving a public presentation on Shakespeare & Performance at Mishwaka High School library (1202 Lincolnway) on Monday, March 31 at 7 p.m.
Michael Potts' visit is made possible by the Florence V. Carroll Charitable Trust Foundation, the Stanley A. & Flora P. Clark Memorial Foundation, John, Anna, & Martha Jane Fields Foundation, & Muessel-Ellison Memorial Trust Foundation.
Check out our slate of spring theme events here.
Follow us on facebook for more information as well as additional Shakespeare links and trivia: facebook.com/onesonnetonecampus
2013-2014 Theme Coordinators: Randy Colborn (Theatre) & Julie Elliott (Library)
Questions about this page? Contact Julie Elliott (firstname.lastname@example.org )