By Liz Cleaveland Ames247 Staff Writer ISU Theatre is bringing Alexander Dumas’ classic novel to the stage in their production of “The Three Musketeers.” In this adaptation by Ken Ludwig, expect an action-packed night filled with gripping twists and romance cloaked in deceit. But just how easy is it to bring the well-known book to [...]
By Rahemma Mayfield, Ames247 staff writer ACTORS INC. of Ames is performing Not Now, Darling, a British farce by Ray Cooney and John Chapman, Feb. 1 through Feb. 2 and Feb. 8 through Feb. 10. “Not Now, Darling” is about a married man, Gilbert Bodly — played by David Detlefs, a member of the Ames [...]
Abby Lund, junior in performing arts, is a team leader for a devised theater group along with two other team leaders, Andre Johnson and Brittany Rebhuhn, who are going to this year’s region five Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival. The festival takes place this week in Lincoln, NE.
Iowa Zoetrope, an independent film company based in Ames, is providing extra experience for students interested in filmmaking.
Shakespeare’s play, “Much Ado About Nothing,” inspired recent integrated studio arts graduate Bri Baltes to direct and produce an adaptation of the perfomance.
Kiersten Naberhaus, senior in English education, is preparing for the theater department’s Directing I class 10 Minute Play festival, which will be held in the M-Shop on Monday and Tuesday. Naberhaus and other students in the class each directed their own play, and worked with other student actors.
Iowa State’s Directing I class will feature students directing their own 10-minute plays during finals week.
Dan Poppen, sophomore in performing arts, both acts and plays violin and ukelele in the upcoming ISU Theatre production of “Alice in Wonderland.” The show opens this weekend at Fisher Theater.
In ISU Theatre’s latest production of “Alice in Wonderland,” imagination is key.