Programs and Events

The School of the Arts is proud to host special programming filled with incredible, world-class, performing artists and musicians and a number of exceptional seasonal events by our talented faculty and students showcasing various art exhibits and music recitals. Find an event that suits your arts interests.

A Midsummer Night's Dream

A Midsummer Night's Dream
Directed by Rosie Brownlow-Calkin
Redfield Studio Theatre
Adult $15, Senior 65+ $12, Youth 5+/Faculty/Non-University student $10, University student with ID $5

November 4, 5, 6, 10, 12, 13 at 7:30 p.m.

Fighting fairies have turned the mortal world upside down: young people run into the forest to chase after the wrong romantic partners, a man turns into a donkey and a community theatre troupe rehearses perhaps the worst play ever written. Shakespeare weaves these discordant threads into a beautiful tapestry celebrating magic, creation, imagination and the strangeness of life. Come laugh, reflect and wonder with us.

Midsummer General Admission Ticets

Fall Dance Festival

Dance Theatre, Lombardi Recreation, Room 123
November 17, 18, 20 at 7:30 p.m., and November 20th at 1:30 p.m. (Matinee performance will also be livestreamed).
Adult $15, Senior 65+ $12, Youth 5+/Faculty/Non-University student $10, University student with ID $5, Livestream $5

The Fall Dance Festival will be an intimate evening of solos and duets created by student and alumni choreographers and featuring a cast of all student performers. Choreographers include: Ashley Bumgardner, Ariel Graves, Sarah Johnson, Dwight Jones, Marshall Jones, Mackenzie Kennedy, Jennifer Martin and Andrew Paiz.

Fall Dance Festival Livestream Tickets

Fall Dance Festival General Admission Tickets

Signature programs

The School of the Arts presents performances and educational opportunities through a variety of extraordinary programs.