Illinois State University’s Wonsook Kim College of Fine Arts and School of Music, in conjunction with the Illinois Shakespeare Festival, present the 2022 Concerts on the Quad series beginning July 4.
Christian Castro ’03, ’22 is a husband, a father, an aspiring teacher, a child of Mexican immigrants, and a persistent professional actor for 20 years.
If approved by the Board of Trustees, work will begin in earnest to replace ReggieNet with Canvas by the fall of 2023.
As part of one of the most prestigious and well-known Shakespeare festivals in the country, alumni and friends can see Shakespeare’s King Lear.
Native American culture is alive and illuminating. A new course from Dr. Shannon Epplett explores the arts and ideas of current Indigenous artists.
Illinois State University announced students selected as Robert G. Bone Scholars for the 2022-2023 school year.
Thanks to a collaboration between the Wonsook Kim College of Fine Arts and Milner Library, copies of printed programs from the 1978 to 2019 Illinois Shakespeare Festivals are available online in Illinois State University’s institutional repository, ISU ReD. These materials are freely available to everyone.
“In Living Color” will be on view May 19 through August 10, 2022 and features works by artists the students learned about during the 2021-2022 program.
Long before American Idol top-three finalist and Normal native Leah Marlene captivated a nationwide audience, her older brother, Shea Grehan ’20, had a clear picture of Marlene’s incredible potential.
Mark your calendars for the 19th John Stevens Memorial Golf Outing on Monday, June 13, 2022 at Ironwood Golf Course in Normal. This annual event, which returns after a two-year hiatus due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, supports the Illinois Shakespeare Festival (ISF) by funding the salary of a professional Equity Actor each season.