Celebrating 100 Years of Theatre at NDSU

January 27, 2014NDSU Theatre Centennial

Free public screening
The Past is Prologue:
Celebrating 100 Years of Theatre at NDSU
Tuesday, February 11 at 7:30 PM
Askanase Auditorium

Free and open to the public, however, reservations are appreciated. Reserve your free seats at 701.231.7932 or email tammy.erdmann@ndsu.edu.

Please join the NDSU Department of Theatre Arts and Prairie Public Broadcasting as we celebrate 100 years of theatre at North Dakota State University with a viewing of a historical documentary.

Lincoln Log CabinFeaturing distinguished faculty and alumni, the documentary traces the history at theatre at NDSU, starting with Alfred Arvold's desire to bring theatre to the entire state to Fred Walsh's founding of the Medora Musical to the activities of current students and recent alumni. The documentary explores the passion behind the leaders of NDSU Theatre and how their activities created the solid foundation on which our theatre program is based today.

Production funding for this program is provided by the North Dakota State University Division of Performing Arts, NDSU Development Foundation Centennial Endowment, Major General Schroeder and Jean Schroeder, and by the members of Prairie Public.

A listing of centennial events can be found online at ndsu.edu/performingarts/theatre/history.

 

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