UCA Building pictured at Night

CSU Theatre is proud to announce our 2023-2024 season!

Tying into Colorado State University’s campus-wide theme, we ask: What makes a democratic society? And what does democracy mean to theatre artists? To us, it means: Building Community. Theatre, an inherently collaborative artform, is all about building communities – within our rehearsal rooms, on our stages, and with our audiences. Through storytelling, we invite conversation about what defines us […]

Tim Sanchez

Alum Tim Sanchez is THE VOICE of the CSU Marching Band

The CSU Marching Band is excited to announce that band alum Tim Sanchez is the new Voice of the CSUMB! Tim graduated from CSU in 2017 with B.M. degrees in percussion performance and composition. You can hear Tim announcing in Canvas Stadium during our pregame and half time shows. Congratulations, Tim! About Tim Sanchez Tim […]


CSU Theatre collaborates on annual ARTWEAR fashion show

The annual fashion event had its 20th iteration at the Fort Collins Lincoln Center on Oct. 7, 2022. Billed as “Where Fashion Meets Fine Art,” the stunning showcase of “wearable art” was made all the more engaging by the talents and labor of CSU Theatre students, faculty, and staff. Lighting Design – Wes Halloran Set […]

‘The Wolves’ at CSU takes hyperrealism to the fields

Reprinted with permission from The Rocky Mountain Collegian Emmalee Krieg, Staff Reporter October 5, 2022 Soccer season at Colorado State University began this year like all others: cleats, warmup drills, drama and stage directions. “The Wolves” by Sarah DeLappe, directed by Saffron Henke, was performed on the Lory Student Center West Lawn Sept. 29 through […]

George Crumb

Music Professor Abigail Shupe’s new book explores collective memory through the music of George Crumb

CSU music professor Dr. Abigail Shupe’s newest publication, War and Death in the Music of George Crumb: A Crisis of Collective Memory, argues that a crisis of collective memory persists among Americans, especially in terms of American war. Dr. Shuppe analyzes this in terms of two pieces by George Crumb, “Winds of Destiny” (2004) and “Black […]

Young musicians in Ecuador

CSU clarinet professor making music with an extra measure of meaning

In mid-October, Ferreira is traveling with his group, Jâca Duo, to Ecuador to perform at the Festival International de Musica, a trip that was postponed due to COVID. While there, he will fulfill a promise to donate funds to a local musical community in need, funds gathered through his guitar and clarinet duo’s philanthropic mission to create “Music with Meaning.”

Wes Kenny and USO students

Orchestra Alumni invited to play with the CSU symphony to celebrate Maestro Kenney’s retirement

Dear CSU Symphony, Sinfonia and Opera Orchestra alumni, It is my hope that you have continued to use the skills learned through the repertoire and ensemble playing you experienced at CSU. When I began my tenure at CSU’s School of Music, Theater, and Dance twenty years ago, it was my hope that we could build […]