Haunted Auditorium Entertains While It Educates

The Boogeyman, Slenderman, Mary Mayo and more are visiting Michigan State University’s campus in time for Halloween as MSU’s Department of Theatre presents its 8th annual Haunted Auditorium October 28-31. The public is invited to this urban legends-themed haunted house that will transform four of the Auditorium’s five floors with each room designed by a different upperclassman, while underclassmen serve as…

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Gaining Experience While Working with Broadway Professionals

For the past three years, senior Theatre major Hannah Martin has gained valuable experience working alongside Broadway professionals as part of ĭmáGen, an educational collaboration between MSU’s Department of Theatre and the MSU Federal Credit Union Institute for Arts & Creativity at Wharton Center. Each year, ĭmáGen brings together, on the same stage, MSU musical theatre and dance students, Broadway…

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Join the Beat to Celebrate East Asian

Traditional Performance Arts at MSU Join the Beat, the MSU Asian Studies Center’s most ambitious cultural program to date, will celebrate East Asian traditional performance arts in a synergistic way October 25-27. Three groups of traditional performance artists – representing China, Japan and Korea – will each present a main stage performance at Snyder-Phillips Hall theatre over this three-day period,…

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Theatre Production: Temple

MSU Department of Theatre students have the opportunity of learning from and working with top Broadway performers and an internationally acclaimed director as part of the ĭmáGen 2016 production. A unique educational collaboration between the MSU Federal Credit Union Institute for Arts & Creativity at Wharton Center and MSU’s Department of Theatre, ĭmáGen annually brings together, on the same stage,…

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Instructor’s Song Performed by Japanese Students

Miyuki Kamiya, an Instructor in MSU's Department of Linguistics, Germanic, Slavic, Asian, and African Languages, recently worked with her former student, Tiara Harris, to compose a song for MSU's Japanese Language program. The JPN 102 and 202 students, whom Kamiya taught during spring 2016, then performed the song while Kamiya played keyboards. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8prO6C3HWZU&feature=emb_title “I had wanted to do something with my students…

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‘Hmong Memory at the Crossroads’ Film Premiere

The College of Arts & Letters Department of Romance and Classical Studies will premiere the documentary film Hmong Memory at the Crossroads at 4:00 pm, Monday, February 15, 2016 in the Kellogg Hotel and Conference Center Auditorium, 219 S. Harrison Road, East Lansing. Admission is FREE and open to the public. A discussion and reception will follow. https://vimeo.com/138744767 Film Synopsis…

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Summer Circle Theatre

The Michigan State University College of Arts and Letters and Department of Theatre have announced the creation of a new home for Summer Circle Theatre (SCT) which produces free plays, musicals and children’s shows for the community each June. The new performance space, which will be located in the courtyard between MSU Auditorium and Kresge Art Center, is expected to…

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