In preparation for the 2021-2022 school year, the Theatre and Dance department has moved its program audition process entirely online. Using the program Acceptd, students will be able to submit videos or portfolios as well as scheduling a virtual audition and interview. This is a multi-step process that can be found below, as well as on the Theatre and Dance Program Audition … [Read more...] about Theatre and Dance Department Hosts Virtual Program Auditions
Just like that, this semester's Studio Series project is on its feet in time for midterms! "Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind: 30 Plays in 60 Minutes," written by Greg Allen and directed by David Struckman, is opening Sunday, March 8th at 2:30pm, with more performances Monday, March 9th and Tuesday, March 10th at 7:30pm. All performances will be located in Craig … [Read more...] about Too Much Light Makes The Bears Go Blind
"Yes, but I wouldn't do it, you understand. That's the difference between us." "Because you're a man and I'm a woman? What difference does that make?" "Just the difference that there is- between a man and a woman." Tabula Rasa's and UCYA's first show of their Spring 2020 Backlit season is getting ready to open, and what an opening it is. "Miss Julie," written by … [Read more...] about Tabula Rasa x UCYA Present “Miss Julie”
Have you ever wanted to work behind the scenes of a live production? Have you hoped to get hired under a paid contract at a professional equity theatre? Tent Theatre, located right here on Missouri State's campus in Springfield, Missouri, is looking for its next young professionals to work the technical aspects of the 58th season in summer of 2020. Positions include … [Read more...] about The Technical Side of Tent Theatre
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.