Illinois State University Wonsook Kim College of Fine Arts offers Saturday drama classes online for children from kindergarten through sixth grade, January 30 through February 27.
What better way to get through the bleakness of our current winter than reading some Shakespeare, preferably with a hot drink in hand?
Illinois State University’s School of Theatre and Dance presents a fall dance concert unlike any before it. In order to meet the challenges of pandemic restrictions, the dance concert will be presented virtually for the first time.
Illinois State University School of Theatre and Dance presents the final virtual theatrical performance of the semester.
Richard III will be presented in two parts: Part One runs October 29-31 with the story continuing with Part Two November 5-7. All performances are at 7:30 p.m. Performances are free and are limited to the first 300 registrants.
The Illinois State University School of Theatre and Dance presents the Fall 2020 season virtually.
Pipeline dramatizes the school to prison “pipeline” that has grown out of public education and public policy within the United States and has disproportionately affected young men and women of color. The play’s poetic dialogue provides a lens into how educators and students alike become wrapped up in a broken system, punishing students and exhausting bright educators.
In November, the School of Theatre and Dance at Illinois State University will present Richard III online, setting Shakespeare’s drama of power and political manipulation in a 21st-century corporate world.
The Crossroads Project presents a staged reading of the new play “Even Flowers Bloom in Hell, Sometimes” by Franky D. Gonzalez, winner of the 2020 Diverse Voices Playwriting Initiative.
Illinois State University School of Theatre and Dance alumni received nominations in multiple categories for the 2020 Equity Jeff Awards.