‘Theatre & Dance’ Category

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Fine Arts Guide to the Nobel Conference

Here is your guide to the arts at the 2018 Nobel Conference!

Weekend Arts Preview: Changing Seasons, Hope, and Renewal

Associate Professor of Piano Esther Wang performs a faculty recital Saturday and also is featured on the Nobel Conference 54 Concert Tuesday night. The regular concert season at Gustavus Adolphus College kicks off this weekend with a faculty recital from Associate Professor of Piano Esther Wang, as well as the annual Nobel Conference 54 Concert, […]

A Gustie Guide to the 2018 Fringe Festival

Buckle up, it's Minnesota Fringe Festival time! The annual festivities kick off August 2-12 at 16 theatres across Minneapolis and St. Paul. Here's your Gustie guide to the weekend's performances!

Gustie Alum Wins Helen Hayes Award for “Outstanding Costume Design”

Robert Croghan ’11 was awarded a prestigious Helen Hayes Award for “Outstanding Costume Design” for his work on the world premier of the entirely Spanish language production of In the Heights at the GALA Hispanic Theatre in Washington, D.C.

Embodying Justice

Social justice is a main theme in this year's spring dance showcase "Falling Toward Beginning: The Gustavus Dance Company in Concert."

Comedy, Marriage, and Beyoncé

The Gustavus Adolphus College Theatre and Dance Department is bringing theatre to the people, as The Marriage of Figaro opens at the St. Peter Yoga Studio on April 20.

Come to the Cabaret!

Elaina McRath '21 as Sally Bowles. Photo Credit: Annie Galloway Creative The Gustavus Adolphus College Theatre and Dance Department invites you to escape to Weimar Germany in the early 1930s and join in the music, decadence, and spectacle of the Cabaret! Opening February 23 and running through March 4, Cabaret features a cast of more […]

Theatre and Dance “Mini-Festival” Nearly Sold Out for this Weekend

The Gustavus Department of Theatre and Dance proudly presents a trio of shows December 8-10 in a "fringe festival" style.

Rolnick receives grant for work with movement and older adults

Dance professor Melissa Rolnick has been awarded the Prairie Lakes Regional Arts Council Professional Mid-Career Artist Grant for her MEISA practice.

Weekend Arts Preview: Jazz, James DeVoll, and “Our Country’s Good”

Gustavus Jazz Ensemble It’s a big weekend of performances on campus where audiences will have the opportunity to choose between several great events including a Gustavus production of Our Country’s Good, faculty member James DeVoll’s performance of the Poulenc Sonata for Flute and Piano, and an afternoon of jazz. Our Country’s Good Friday, November 17 and Saturday, […]