Tom Magill, Director of the Educational Shakespeare Company, Belfast, will present on his current project: Creating a film adaptation of Shakespeare's The Tempest in Northern Ireland.
Tom Magill is an award-winning filmmaker, drama facilitator, actor, writer, director and producer. He specialises in Theatre of the Oppressed and Shakespeare using theatre methods for transformation in community and prison settings.
This is his third visit to Notre Dame.
Read more about Tom Magill, including a clip from his award-winning Mickey B, a 62-minute film adaptation of Shakespeare's Macbeth, written and performed by prisoners inside Belfast's Maghaberry Prison.
Read more about Prospero's Prison, Tom's modern adaptation of Shakespeare’s The Tempest and the subject of his talk on November 4th at Notre Dame. Prospero's Prison is a tale of misplaced trust feeding ambition that leads to a brother’s betrayal.
FREE BUT TICKETED EVENT
Link to Reserve Tickets, or please call the DeBartolo Performing Arts Center at 574.631.2800.
SPONSORED BY THE BRIAN J. LOGUE FUND FOR NORTHERN IRELAND
Co-sponsored by Shakespeare at Notre Dame