Central’s improv club seeks to have fun and bring more laughter to campus.
Theater company TE’A (Theatre, Engagement & Action) will perform “There’s Something About America” Oct. 1 at Central College.
Twenty-three students turned full-time researchers this summer. They investigated bats, bees, polymers, criminal sentencing and more — and received research grants to do it!
Pulitzer Prize-winning drama “Rabbit Hole” will be performed at 7:30 p.m. Nov. 19–22 in Kruidenier Theatre at Central College.
“The Game’s Afoot” (or “Holmes for the Holidays”) will run Oct. 1-4 at 7:30 p.m. at the Pella Opera House, presented by Central College’s department of theatre.
Central College hosts the Fringe Festival, a four-day event produced by students and including theater acts, music, dramatic readings, comedy acts and cultural events.
Central College welcomes storyteller, actor, playwright, author and essayist Kevin Kling as the featured author in the Writers Reading series Feb. 20 and in his one-man show “Breakin’ Hearts & Takin’ Names” Feb. 22.
Theatre Central will host four performances of Karen Zacarias’s “Legacy of Light” Nov. 20-23 in the Kruidenier Center at Central College. All shows begin at 7:30 p.m.
The Fringe Festival brought together students in the performing arts to showcase their talents all over campus for a week. The result was zombie plays, lip sync acts and boat races on the Pond.
The Central College theatre department presents its first Fringe Festival, four days in April that will focus on the arts, including theater, dance, spoken word, music, film and much more