MSU takes academic lead in emerging field of intimacy direction
Alexis Black is one of only 30 intimacy directors for theater in the United States. She currently works at MSU as an assistant professor in acting and movement.View story photos
The truth behind fake news and politics on social media
Dustin Carnahan, an assistant professor of communications in the College of Communication Arts and Sciences, shares his thoughts on what could happen if President Trump continues his controversial Twitter dialogue and how misinformation could impact the 2020 election.View story photos
Two performances set to reschedule due to Coronavirus
Davina and the Vagabonds and Hot Club of Cowtown's "The Finest Hour" was originally scheduled for Wednesday, May 13. The event is rescheduled for 7:30 p.m. Thursday, March 4, 2021.
Musical theater class embodies resilience for final project
When the university switched to remote learning for the remainder of the semester, the direction of the course began an organic shift, born out of creativity, student advocacy and a deep dedication from faculty members Dave Wendelberger and Brad Willcuts.
Stacey Fox: Music and Mars
Journalism professor Stacey Fox just released a children’s album, called "Songs of Mars," created to educate about music and the Red PlanetView story photos
Professor's book alters perception of introversion in theater
Co-written by Rob Roznowski, head of acting and directing for the MSU Department of Theatre, "The Introverted Actor: Practical Approaches offers first-hand accounts," methods and tested techniques that will enable directors and educators to create balance between introverts and extroverts in rehearsal spaces and classrooms.View story photos
$6.1M gift honors late sociologist and anthropologist alumnus
The MSU Libraries has received a $6.1 million gift from research scientist Keelung Hong in honor of his longtime partner Stephen O. Murray.View story photos
WhARTon at home celebrates upcoming Wharton Center season
Broadway star Paul Canaan is hosting an exclusive Wharton Center YouTube Event called whARTon at home.
Wharton Center announces 2020-21 season
The last few months have been unprecedented in the performing arts and entertainment industry. While COVID-19 has changed the world, Wharton Center Executive Director Mike Brand says, "Wharton Center is ready to move forward and do what we do best: present the finest of the performing arts."
Wharton reschedules 'Dear Evan Hansen' for August 2021
As the Wharton Center continues to navigate the global health crisis, for the health and safety of the community, "Dear Evan Hansen," originally scheduled for June 6-21, 2020 will not proceed as planned. It has been rescheduled for August 3-8, 2021.