Tonight on this evening’s news The Exonerated tickets are going fast Pride and Prejudice readies to open our Season The Costume Shop announces a Friday the 13th Halloween costume sale And the cast list of …read more.
Chandler Marr, sophomore from Clayton, majoring in communication, Caldwell Fellow, mellophonist in the marching band.
Lucky Plush Productions, a renowned dance-theater company based in Chicago, will be in residence with the NCSU Dance Company Sept. 8–11 to set an excerpt from the dance piece Cinderbox 2.0, to be presented at …read more.
Are you interested theatrical design? Costumes? Scenery? Lighting? Sound? Projection/Video? University Theatre will host a thirty minute interest meeting next Monday, September 11 at 6:00pm in Frank Thompson Hall, Classroom 300. Here we will discuss …read more.
Do you have an eye for photography, videography, art? University Theatre is looking for talented volunteers to document and capture the artistic process that is live theater. Come spend some time in rehearsal, …read more.
The NC State Dance Program invites NC State students in any major to audition for the Bollywood repertory piece on Tuesday, Sept. 5.
NC State students: Interested in University Theatre’s scene shop, costume shop, or stage management? Learn more at these interest meetings, open to all.
When the new Gregg Museum of Art & Design opens its doors next weekend, its first visitors will owe a debt of gratitude to a couple who have helped make the museum a reality — and who have made art and design their life’s work.
What better way to start the school year than with a Led Zeppelin tribute concert, featuring The Quadrivium Project, NC State’s faculty rock band. Yes, it’s true. They’re gonna ROCK Stewart Theatre!
Seven years ago, Roger Manley had been on his job as director of N.C. State’s art museum for just a few weeks when he got a piece of news that was both good and bad.