The Illinois State University School of Theatre and Dance will present Selkie: Between Land and Sea by Laurie Brooks, beginning April 16 and running through April 25 in the University’s Westhoff...
Illinois State students are planning two trips to Springfield in the next week to raise their concerns about the impact of proposed budget cuts on higher education.
Members of Improv Mafia will perform Dudesical: Equinox, a series of improvised musicals sponsored by the Illinois State University Planetarium from April 17-19.
Keith Habersberger '08 hasn't starred in any blockbuster movies or hit TV shows yet. He hasn't been on Broadway, or in a big TV commercial. Yet the Illinois State alum still gets recognized almost...
A staged reading of the play Beebo Brinker Comes to Town will be held at 7:30 p.m. Monday, April 13, in the Center for the Visual Arts, room 151. Admission is free.
Duane Boutté, an assistant professor in the School of Theatre and Dance, is developing a play based loosely on his own family history and identity.
The Illinois Shakespeare Festival partnered with Illinois State's Ewing Cultural Center to present ShakesFEAR, a haunted tour through Shakespeare's most gruesome imagery.
The professor in Illinois State University's School of Theatre and Dance is teaching acting majors how to be believable (and safe) while fighting on stage.
Two Illinois State University School of Theatre alumni will return to the University’s Westhoff Theatre for a staged reading of their new play, Mother Justice, on Saturday, Sept. 17, at 7:30 p.m.
What is now lauded as the nation’s premier ensemble theater had humble beginnings with two Illinois State alums. Terry Kinney ’76 and Jeff Perry ’78 partnered with Gary Sinise to create...