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
While playing the divided members of the Miller family in “Ah, Wilderness!,” the students of Theatre Central became a close family backstage.
Theatre Central presents its first play of the spring season, “Ah, Wilderness!” The show will run from Feb. 27-Mar. 2 at 7:30 p.m. in the Kruidenier Center.
A music major reflects on the rehearsals for “Dido and Æneas,” the first opera performed at Central College in 26 years.
On Feb. 21, Walter Cannon, professor of English, will read from his new book “Who Hears in Shakespeare?” for the Writers Reading series.
On Feb. 16-17, students from the Central College music department will be performing Henry Purcell’s opera “Dido and Aeneas.”
The most recent theatre production at Central College is a classic example of art imitating life.
Theatre Central presents “A Servant to Two Masters” as the final large performance of the fall season. The show will run Nov. 14-17 at 7:30 p.m. at the Pella Opera House.
Premiering at Central, the new play is based on the book “Yellow Cab,” written by Iowa author Robert Leonard. The play was adapted and directed by Ann Wilkinson, instructor of theatre.