Theatre students are learning from one of history’s masters of comedy as they prepare to stage Molière’s “Tartuffe.”
Fim studies graduate John Scott ’07 is a filmmaker and executive director of the St. Cloud Film Fest.
St. Cloud State University theatre students are hard at work preparing to prepare “Art is Free” the university’s third annual devised play.
Internationally-acclaimed performance artist Tim Miller is coming to St. Cloud State University for a residency and performance Sept. 28-Oct. 2.
St. Cloud State theater students will take on an original devised work, 17th century comedy and the rock-musical “Hair” during the Department of Theatre and Film Studies’ 2015-16 season
The students of Heels and a Stage Theatre Company are welcoming their classmates back to campus with a presentation of the fairytale mock-comedy “The Brothers Grimm Spectaculathon.”
The 2015-16 Creative Art Series features the best theater, music, film and dance St. Cloud State University students have to offer along with performances and talks by visiting artists.
St. Cloud State student groups put on a show and help introduce a new generation to the arts at the 2015 Lemonade Concert & Art Fair.
Comedy, drama and love will be the themes when students take to the stage for an evening of student-directed one-act plays April 9-12 to open the 2015 Festival of Student Work.
Theater students have taken inspiration from the 1950s TV era in their production of Thornton Wilder’s Pulitzer Prize winning play “The Skin of Our Teeth.” The play premieres at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 24 on the Performing Arts Center Stage, with performances running through March 1. Directed by professor Jeffrey Bleam, “The Skin of Our Teeth”