The Simon Estes Music Hall is temporarily closed until Iowa State University resumes normal operations. The Theatre office in 310 Carver Hall is also closed.
Bethmari Marquez-Barreto (’20 performing arts) received first place in the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival (KCACTF) Region 5 ASPIRE Arts Leadership Fellowship awards. Marquez-Barreto will represent Iowa State University this April as the top Region 5 student arts leader at the National Festival at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C.
Marquez-Barreto was among more than 50 ISU students and faculty members who attended the Region 5 Festival, held in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, Jan. 19-25. More than 1,500 students and faculty from 89 colleges and universities in Iowa, Minnesota, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota, Kansas and Missouri participated.
ISU Theatre’s production of “Iowa Odyssey or (How We Got to Here?)” has been selected to perform at the Region 5 Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival (KCACTF) in Sioux Falls, South Dakota on January 22. The show is the only production from the state of Iowa invited to perform at the regional festival.
The Music building will be closed December 21 through January 1, 2020. Regular hours will resume January 2, 2020.
The clock on the west side of the campanile is out for repairs. It will be several weeks until the motor is repaired.
Name: Bethmari Márquez Barreto
Major: Performing Arts
Hometown: Guaynabo, Puerto Rico
Iowa State University
Lecturer in Music
Name: Zachary Dean Smith
Major: Vocal Music Performance
Hometown: Waukee, Iowa
Name - PJ VanDerWeide
Major - Instrumental Music Education
Hometown - Ames, IA
Michael Giles, Music Senior Lecturer, delivers a TEDx Talk about improvisation.
Name: Vivian M. Cook
Name: Tyler Bainter
Organ student Peter Binder won first place in the North Central American Guild of Organists Regional Competitions for Young Organists in St. Louis on March 23, 2019
Join ISU Theatre in a celebration of community and love when it presents the musical “Godspell,” opening Friday, April 5 at 7:30 p.m. in Fisher Theater in Ames. Using a wide variety of storytelling techniques and a hefty dose of comic timing, a diverse group of 21st century college students encounter Jesus, who leads them through stories inspired by parables in the Bible’s book of Matthew.
The musical’s setting takes place in modern-day Fisher Theater, as the performers journey from a discordant group of individuals into a community. The music features inspiring and entertaining songs ranging from pop and rock to vaudeville.