School of Theatre & Dance
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A Tale of Two Cities


A TALE OF TWO CITIES
by Charles Dickens
Adapted by Mike Poulton
Directed by Eduard Lewis*
Set Design by Ruth Sutcliffe*
Movement Direction by Jonathan Riordan*
Original Score Composed by Ben Osborn*

USF School of Theatre and Dance's 2014 - 15 British International Theatre Production
*BRIT Guest Artists, 2015

Feb 19-21 & Feb 25-27 at 8pm
Feb 22 & 28 at 3pm
Theatre 2, Tampa Campus


It was the best of times, it was the worst of times...

The sweeping story by Charles Dickens comes to life on stage - a tale of love and loss, of revolution and redemption. Don't miss the exciting new adaptation of this classic story - a love triangle played out against the backdrop of the French Revolution.

A Tale of Two Cities poster design of a guillotine blade over a background with british and french flags.
































USF School of Theatre and Dance’s British International Theatre (BRIT) Program has been alive and well for more than 20 years, bringing a wide range of outstanding guest artists from the United Kingdom to work side by side with our TheatreUSF students. Professional directors and choreographers, leading actors in theatre, television and film, voice and speech experts and top rate designers have all been guest teachers and artists in residence. TheatreUSF will be forever thankful and grateful to the founders Hinks and Elaine Shimberg, Sir Cameron Mackintosh and Dan Doyle for their vision and financial resources that make this program possible.



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