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March 24, 25, and 27 — Celebrate Galileo's 400th birthday with a one-man play


Honoring the 400th anniversary of Galileo’s birth, "Galileo" explores the tensions between science and religion and one man’s struggle for intellectual and spiritual salvation. Starring Tim Hardy, Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts in London.

When:
Where: IUPUI Information and Communication Technology Complex, Room 152
Tickets ($15 for all attendees) and information: Vicki Hale, vhale@iupui.edu

When:
Where: IU Indianapolis Law School Wynne Courtroom
Featuring Tim Hardy, performing the trial scene from Galileo, followed by a discussion of canonical law and the issues of science vs. religious belief. Tickets ($15 for all attendees) and information: Vicki Hale, vhale@iupui.edu

When:
Where: Information and Communication Technology Complex, Room 152
Tickets ($15 for all attendees) and information: Vicki Hale, vhale@iupui.edu

Tim Hardy-actor, director and faculty member of the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts (RADA) in London-will be in residency at IUPUI from March 22-29, 2009. In addition to work with RADA and the Royal Shakespeare Company, Hardy has performed in and directed productions across the UK, in Austria, the United States, and Germany. Hardy’s credits also include musical theatre, television, and film. During his time on campus he will be giving several lectures as well as dramatic performances which focus on Galileo and the interplay between science and religion.

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