The Horizon

Professor Ashley Wallace teaches her Acting One course in the Robinson Theater, which has been reformatted for COVID-19. Each student has their own six foot circle to move and act in, with the stage allowing for a group of up to twelve students to share the space while still practicing physical distancing. Here the students are performing a cold read of their upcoming final scenes.

Ogle Center and theatre department transition to new model for COVID-19

Due to COVID-19 guidelines, the Ogle Center and IUS theatre department underwent serious changes
Garland Noel, Staff Writer November 11, 2020

Though COVID-19 seems to have drained the life from most of the buildings on campus, the Ogle Center still has a quiet thrum of energy beneath the surface as the theatre department continues as normally...

IUS theatre students rehearse for their upcoming production of “9 to 5: The Musical.”

A Dramatic Sneak Peek

IUS Theatre Department is working 9 to 5 preparing for their upcoming shows
Stephen Simmons, Staff Reporter September 28, 2018

IU Southeast’s Theatre Department is producing two shows this semester. Both of these shows will be directed by Ashley Wallace, visiting assistant professor of theatre in performance. Wallace directs...

Hesselman directs student Sean Turley and actress Kristy Calman in the fall 2015 production, “Noises Off.”

Spotlight on the Dean of Arts and Letters

Tassy Payne, Staff Reporter January 26, 2017

Jim Hesselman. Does that name ring a bell? Some might remember glancing at his name when they were reading the program for IU Southeast’s production of “Angels in America” in 2015 or “Guys...

God of Carnage: small cast reaches breaking point onstage

God of Carnage: small cast reaches breaking point onstage

Marisa Gartland March 10, 2014

Jim Hesselman, director of “God of Carnage” and assistant professor of theatre and performance at Indiana University Southeast, introduces the performance with a thought-provoking anecdote within the...

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