Theatre Arts & Dance Department
Photo by Linnea Mullins
Congrats to our 2013-2014 Scholarship Awardees!
Mega Hot - Photo by Linnea Mullins
5th Annual Super Mega Molten Hot Lava
New Play Festival
Written by Jake Burke, Victor Garcia, Jenna Lawrence, Heather Radovich & Kayla Willett
Curated by Scott Horstein
Nov. 14-16, 7:30pm at Studio 76, Ives Hall
You won’t want to miss this year’s “Mega Hot” new play festival, featuring “We Be Fish”, “Welcome to the Darkness”, “Theft”, “Cronkhite” and “Drake the Great.” Student Directors include Laura Millar, Audrey Rink, Ashley Kimball and Ginny Reed. Last year's "Mega Hot" featured, among other things, incompetent super-heroes, bizarre food courts, devastating romantic break-ups, and Celine Dion sing-a-longs.
Who knows what this year's festival will bring?
Admission Free for SSU Students.
$6 General Admission
"Soundscape Project" brings together Science & Performing Arts students in Fall Dance 2013
The sounds of Sonoma State University's Nature Preserves will be brought to the stage for "Soundscape Project," part of the annual Fall Dance Concert 2013 performance presented Nov. 21 to Nov. 24, 2013 at Evert B. Person Theatre, with a special free Soundscape-Only matinee offered at 12 p.m. on Dec. 6 at Weill Hall.
The Soundscape Project is a multimedia performance, featuring acoustic recordings, video and new choreography set to original music. It is the culmination of a cross-disciplinary project, funded by the Community Foundation of Sonoma County and the Green Music Center Academic Integration Fund, to increase awareness of natural sound and potential human impacts on ecology for residents and students of Sonoma County.
Soundscape collaborators include SSU’s Departments of Environmental Studies and Planning, Engineering, Biology and Theatre Arts & Dance; choreographers Christine Cali and Kristen Daley; renowned bio-acoustics expert Dr. Bernie Krause; SSU Preserves Director Claudia Luke, and composer Jessie Olsen Bay. The Fall Dance Concert 2013 also includes new dance pieces by noted choreographers Risa Jaroslow and Rogelio Lopez.