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Southeast Missouri State University

Something for everyone! That’s what the Conservatory of Theatre and Dance plans to deliver in its upcoming season.

Kenn Stilson, chair of the conservatory gives us a sneak peek into the upcoming season and what he says is a line up audiences will line up for … including the world premiere of An American Hero

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What’s better than an event that provides you entertainment, the chance to take home some art and gives students valuable learning opportunities?

This week sees the fourth of four B-F-A graduating senior exhibitions at the River Campus art gallery. If you missed the beginning, you’ll want to take advantage of your last chance. The exhibition shows the culmination of work and studies for a student pursuing the Bachelor of Fine Arts in the Department of Art. 

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Here’s your chance for fine Italian music without the long plane ride!

Italian Maestro Fabio Pirola will lead Southeast faculty and students performing music from Italian composers as part of the “Sundays at Three” professional music series. Artistic director Brandon Christensen says it’s a perfect example of how these events benefit students.

"Cirque Mechanics" is Coming to the River Campus

Apr 25, 2017

If I told you about a show that merges steampunk … acrobatics … and cycling … I doubt you’d believe me, but that’s just what you’ll find with "Cirque Mechanics" at the Bedell Performance Hall.

This Las Vegas-based show combines theater … the circus … and all things mechanical for a truly unique performance, but don’t take my word for it. The reviews are in … and they say it’s “engrossingly entertaining” and “high-flying, free-wheeling fun.”

This family friendly show peddles onstage on Friday, April 28.

Southeast Students to Perform a Shakespeare Comedy

Apr 18, 2017
Southeast Missouri State University

Imagine … Shakespeare in 1920s New Orleans … that’s just what the Conservatory of Theatre and Dance will offer with A Midsummer Night’s Dream at the River Campus.

Southeast students are taking on one of Shakespeare’s classic comedies … this time … set in New Orleans of the roaring twenties. Director Bart Williams says he chose this setting because, well, what time and place could be more fun? 

You will still get a magical forest—ours are just swampier and dripping with Spanish moss and fairie lights.

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