From the Box Office

Each week, Ellen Farrow will share what's on stage...what's happening behind the scenes...and all the latest River Campus activities. Ellen is the Box Office Manager at the River Campus.

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Think topping the charts is tough for two weeks … try two centuries. 

The most famous symphony ever written by perhaps the most famous composer ever … Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony is presented by the Southeast Missouri Symphony on March 6. We talked with Hayley Huntley about this iconic piece of music.

You’ll want to get your tickets now. And you can do that and find all the info at and as always, I hope to see you soon at the Box Office! 

It's March Madness at the River Campus

Feb 20, 2018
Southeast Missouri State University

What do clarinets, drums, and rocks have in common? If you guessed a hip new band, you wouldn’t be entirely wrong.

Let’s try splitting that trio up. First, tomorrow evening (February 22, 2018) you can see clarinetist Gabrielle Baffoni and percussionist Chris Wilson in Duets. This Chamber Music concert in the Shuck Recital Hall is part of the River Campus’ $10 entertainment.

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"Mary Poppins" debuts at the River Campus next week and you should fly on over to the River Campus now to get your tickets. A cast of nearly 50 students will bring this Disney classic to life on the Bedell stage and we caught up with some of them to get the behind the scenes scoop.

We spoke with Abigail Alsmeyer who plays Mary Poppins and Jose Alpizar who plays the role of Bert.

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Are you that person? In the drug store on February 13 trying to find the best of what’s left in cards and chocolate? Well, have I got a deal for you!

Love is in the air, and at the River Campus, we definitely love what we do. So much so, we want to share it with you this Valentine’s Day. The River Campus is a great date night destination.

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I know what you’re thinking, February is upon us bringing chocolate and candy hearts, but have you considered jazz, ceramics and bassoon?

This Friday is first Friday at the River Campus and that means new artwork is being unveiled in the River Campus Art Gallery. An artist talk and opening reception is being held for Minnesota-based artist, Marko Fields. Fields work is highly ornate, colorful, with a flair for whimsy. That sounds like a great way to spend a Friday evening.

Also on the grounds this weekend, the Clark Terry/Phi Mu Alpha Jazz Fest.