As the final curtain call has taken place, and Amélie comes to a close, we would like to take time and honor our Scenic Designer for this show, Robert Little. At the end of this year, Robert will be retiring, and the Theatre and Dance department will truly miss having him around. Robert has an MFA from Brandeis University and is a member of United Scenic Artists. Robert also … [Read more...] about Thank You, Robert Little.
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 and storylines, each meant to reveal powerful truths through both devastation and jubilation. The … [Read more...] about Revelations through the human experience: How this fall season will set the truth free
This year’s spring dance concert, “Images in Motion,” will feature new faculty-choreographed works that explore the fleeting nature of human activities in space and time. Each moment frames a never-to-be-repeated, multi-dimensional composition of form, light, color, texture, sound and feeling. Alumnus helps bring vision to stage The concert is inspired by photographer … [Read more...] about Spring concert a study of motion inspired by famed photographer
The Age of Aquarius has come to Missouri State! Several '70s-related events are in progress for the event series, The '70s Experience: Always Being Now, including our musical "Hair." Tickets can be purchased online or at University box office locations. Musical lets the sunshine of social change in Directed by Rick Dines, the production captures the hippie … [Read more...] about Musical explores themes central to 1960s culture
The theatre and dance department will present one of William Shakespeare's more enduring comedies, "A Midsummer Night's Dream" for its final production of the fall season, Nov. 12-15. About the whimsical play In a moonlit forest on the eve of a royal wedding, several sets of characters converge: a group of young lovers, a troupe of amateur actors and a band of … [Read more...] about Last theatre production of fall season begins Nov. 12