School of Theatre & Dance

Bertolt Brecht's Life of Galileo

by Bertolt Brecht

Fall 2011

Presented by the John Holloway Endowment

Directed by C. David Frankel

Scenic Design: Shannon Dunbar

Costume Design: Marilyn Gaspardo Bertch

Lighting Design: Kristen Geisler Easterling

Sound Design: John Archer, Nikole Bird

Theatre and Dance USF Presents Life of Galileo


Bertolt Brecht's Life of Galileo opened both the 2011-2012 season of USF's School of Theatre & Dance, and the yearlong, campus-wide initiative, Science, Art, and Culture: An Eternal Braid.Directed by TheatreUSF faculty member C. David Frankel, and featuring one of our 2012 John W. Holloway Endowed Chair guest artists, USF alumnus and local professional actor Jack Holloway in the title role, Brecht's landmark play about the great Renaissance scientist, persecuted by the Catholic Church for defying accepted doctrine, is an examination of power, pragmatism, and courage.

Marty Clear's Review in the St. Petersburg Times

Theatre and Dance USF Presents Life of Galileo

Theatre and Dance USF Presents Life of Galileo

Theatre and Dance USF Presents Life of Galileo

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