Preview Butler’s most anticipated events at Clowes Memorial Hall Shelton Auditorium and Schrott Center for the Arts.
Multimedia co-editor Maeve Van Etten reports about Founder’s Day celebrations on-campus and a new Butler Theatre production, and multimedia reporter Jade Eilers asks students about what Black History Month means to them.
Butler’s theatre department hosted events throughout Homecoming weekend to commemorate the milestone year.
“From the storage room to the stage, Dick Davis has displayed his commitment to Butler University during his time on campus.”
Feb. 24 through Feb. 27, the musical “Pippin” will be performed in Shelton Auditorium. This is the department’s first Mainstage production that opened auditions to all majors.
The necessity of Butler facilities for some students and the urge to fight for longevity of use.
The Tony award-winning production “The Mineola Twins” will take place this week in Schrott Center for the Arts.
Kristin and Catalina talk the biggest Butler news, including the theatre department’s final debut show and where things stand with Scotty’s. Plus, Jake recaps the week in Butler athletics.
Senior theatre majors discuss their futures and reflect upon their time in theatre department.
The Butler Theatre Department will debut the play “We Are Still Tornadoes” by Lou Harry on August 29 and 30 in the Eidson-Duckwall Recital Hall.