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The faculty and students of the School of Performing Arts are among the most visible members of the ISU community and can often be found at functions and festivals well outside of their respective academic missions.

The School of Performing Arts maintains its presence in five buildings on the ISU campus, including the Stephens Center for the Performing Arts, where we present symphonic and concert performances, theatrical productions, and dance in world class facilities.

In the School of Performing Arts, the music, theatre, and dance programs continually produce a large number of shows and group performances. These productions provide first-hand training experience and opportunities to excell on-stage and behind the scenes.

The School of Performing Arts offers a diverse curriculum. Additionally, it fosters creativity, builds experience, and gives opportunities to succeed in many areas of expertise.

The faculty and students travel all around the region to further artistic vision, and many are recognized in activities at both national and international levels.

We invite you to come experience what the School of Performing Arts has to offer.


Featured Events

A Doll's House

April 18, 19, 21, 25, & 26; 7:30pm
Black Box Theatre

Nora Helmer committed forgery years earlier in order to save the life of her husband Torvald. Now she is being blackmailed and fears what the scandal will do to her husband's career if it is revealed. But when the truth comes out, Nora is more shocked to learn where she really stands in her husband's esteem. Ibsen's play aroused great controversy during its time because of its critical attitude towards 19th century marriage norms.
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Verdi Requiem

April 25 & 26; 7:30pm
Jensen Grand Concert Hall

This two-performance event will feature four guest soloists and more than 150 members of the ISU Concert Choir and Camerata Singers, an impressive sight and sound in combination with the Symphony. They will be directed by Dr. Scott Anderson in Verdi’s Requiem, a thrilling symphonic piece with virtuosic solo moments, and one that is hailed by conductors, vocalists, and musicians alike as being on their “must-perform” short lists.

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