Melanie Dreyer-Lude was recognized for excellence in Study Away programming at the All-Faculty Recognition Reception on May 2.
Study Away this August in Scotland, where you’ll be immersed in the country’s culture, history and arts.
Each year, Missouri State arranges for acting, musical theatre and dance students to perform for and network with industry professionals in hotspots such as New York City and Los Angeles. Hannah Green lightly hops up and down, her high heels
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Filmmakers and screen actors often rely on each other to make a production work. This symbiotic relationship is driving a growing collaboration between Missouri State’s department of media, journalism and film, and department of theatre and dance. Overlap in theatre …
October 13-17 Coger Theatre Credits: Costume Design: Jay Hensley Scenic Design: Robert Little Lighting Design: Michael Foster Sound Design: Mark Putman Hair/Make-Up Design: Chris Compton Technical Director: Chris DePriest Marketing Director: Mark Templeton Stage Manager: Jantzen Bates Music Director: Heather
They are the storytellers. The creators. The visualizers. The students who make up Missouri State’s College of Arts and Letters take pride in standing out amongst the crowd and making their Missouri Statement a distinct one. How? Here are five …
To hear Darian Bengston tell it, the day he auditioned for Missouri State’s acting program was the worst of his life. Bengston expected to have normal performance jitters going into his one-on-one audition with Missouri State’s acting program coordinator, Dr. Kurt
Brittney Banaei, a senior dance major, recently earned a spot at the Rothberg International School’s DanceJerusalem program. She landed in Israel in late August, and has been documenting her journey on her blog “An American Dancer in Israel.” This is a preview
Tragic mine explosions, marriage proposals gone wrong and an angel of redemption for the redemption-less. Revelations is this season’s theme, and the theatre and dance department’s fall 2016 lineup is ready to engage audiences with productions that feature vastly unique voices
From standing in the spotlight to setting the stage for a home, she’s learned how to make herself (and others) happy. When alumna Jennifer Saputo-Peterson graduated from Missouri State in 2006, she wanted to use her bachelor’s degree in theatre to be