The Veishea committee works hard every year to get bands to come to Ames for students to see at a reasonable price. This year they scored Jay Sean.
61Syx is a break dancing crew started by a group of friends in 2004 with a goal of teaching everyone that hip hop is more than just dance.
All around the nation, theater students work to have their talents noticed. In the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival (KCACTF), that’s exactly what happens.
The season of love is here, and auditions for this year’s Stars Over Veishea musical, “Rent”, are fast approaching.
Theater students get an opportunity to direct their own 10 minute plays during finals week.
As the days went on, this semester was one full of interesting shows; next semester won’t disappoint. Theater-lovers have something to look forward to.
Casey Buenzow, senior in performing arts, has been stage manager for four ISU Theatre shows. Her most recent show, “Love’s Labor’s Lost,” is currently running at Fisher Theater through Sunday.
Some people may think Shakespeare is outdated or difficult to understand. But ISU Theatre’s “Love’s Labor’s Lost” is attempting to prove them wrong.
This Saturday the classic tale comes to the stage of Stephens Auditorium.
Blast, the primarily percussion band, will perform at Stephens Auditorium on Friday.