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2016-17 SeasonCome play with us!
Mr. Burns, a post-electric play
Sep. 30-Oct. 9
The Night Thoreau Spent in Jail
The Importance of Being Earnest
Feb. 24-Mar. 5
Little Women (the musical)
Mar. 31-Apr. 9
Single tickets will go on sale September 12!
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Auditions are coming October 3 and 4 for The Night Thoreau Spent in Jail: Audition Information
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Applications are being accepted for the student directed, student produced production. Here is the application form: Student Produced Theatre Program 2016-17.
Scripts are available to students for check-out from the ISU Theatre script library. See a list of available scripts here.
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Proposals for fall semester are due in 2130 Pearson Hall by 4 p.m. on Monday, September 12!
The Theatre office will be closed on Monday, September 5 in celebration of Labor Day. Everyone have a fun, but safe, holiday!
ISU Theatre provides a comprehensive undergraduate education in Theatre and the Performing Arts. This program prepares the student for graduate school, professional theatre training programs, and the teaching of Theatre at the secondary education level. Courses in Theatrical Design and Technology, Acting, Directing, History and Criticism provide the foundation for students in Theatre.
The activities of the Theatre area reflect Iowa State University’s commitment to excellence in teaching and creative activity. Its principle research mission is creative activity. By designing, directing, acting and writing for the Theatre both in their on-campus laboratory, Fisher Theater, and through guest residencies with other state, regional, national and international theatre companies, the Theatre faculty enhance their artistic and technological capabilities and enrich their effectiveness in the classroom.
Performing Arts graduates, in addition to a solid theoretical and experiential background in the areas of performance, theatrical design, dance and music, are prepared to meet the challenges of the work force or graduate school with their strengths in collaboration, creative problem solving, meeting deadlines and processing diverse input to yield cohesive output. Two required professional internships prior to graduation are vital to the student’s appreciation and practical understanding of the rigors of the field.
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