MEETING OF MAJORS AND MINORS AND ALL INTERESTED PARTIES!!
August 28 @ 4:30pm
Come and join the fun!! YES, YOU!!
“Though we be but little, we are fierce!”
-William Shakespeare, A Midsummer Night's Dream
DRESSES WORN IN SMSU'S THE HEIRESS HEAD TO LONDON STAGE!!
The red dress and peach dress seen above were sent to London to be used in the New Stagers production of the same play, The Heiress.
Top photos are from the London production, with Joanna Dodd in the role of Catherine Sloper.
Bottom photos are from the SMSU production. Callie Frank played the role of Catherine Sloper with Professor Nadine Schmidt as her Aunt Lavinia.
Read all about it on SMSU Today, in the Star Tribune and on the New Stagers website.
BANQUET 2014 PICTURES
MacGyver Award Recipients
Breezer Helmer, Lynn Lafky, and Sara Mills pose with Prof. J.D. Sargent
Anna Eben, Abby Reichmuth, Jessa Roberts, Sara Mills and Kerry Billings wear dresses they made for the event (and class). Way to go, ladies!
Our Theatre Seniors include (front row) Jessa Roberts, Sara Mills, Em Woodrow and Lynn Lafky. Back row: Ryan Risa, Alex Pikala, Tony Falk and Andy Kompelien
Scholarship Recipients for 2014-2015
(front row) Callie Frank, Anna Eben and Turi Jystad (Alpha Psi Omega Scholarship)
(back row) Jessa Roberts (William and Norma Hezelp Award), Tony Falk, Alex Pikala, Em Woodrow
*** KCACTF 46 IN LINCOLN, NE***
Tony Falk and (scene parnter) Andy Kompelien advance to the Semi-Finals
for the Irene Ryan Acting Scholarship .
Take your seat! Be a part of the Curtains Up! campaign.
SOUTHWEST MINNESOTA STATE UNIVERSITY THEATRE
NORTHERN BOUNDARY SECTION'S FALL CONFERENCE!!!
Jacob & Jodie Forstein
Jacob Forstein (former SMSU Theatre student) and Jodie Stensrud (SMSU Alum) were married in the SMSU Theatre on August 10, 2013.
This is the first event in the recently renovated theatre (new seats and new carpet).
Jacob and Jodie met in the space when he was serving as Master Electrician and Jodie was on the Lighting Crew for Intro to Theatre.
Introducing Our New Seats
INTRODUCING OUR NEW FLOOR
Theatre Arts Program:
The Theatre Arts Program provides a curriculum for the student interested in working in the professional theatre, attending theatre graduate school, or teaching theatre.
A major in theatre offers the student a comprehensive understanding of the theatre arts with the opportunity to specialize in acting, directing, designing, costuming, playwrighting or teaching. The program emphasizes student initiative, creativity and responsible involvement. Classes are structured to provide a solid philosophical and practical approach to theatre.
The Theatre and Speech Communication Programs also offer combination majors and minors which include Radio and TV, Secondary Education, and Speech and Theatre.
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