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New Course: Self-care for Creative Arts Majors

Working in the arts is amazing—and sometimes difficult. Learn how to take care of yourself by understanding the challenges that are, more or less, common to all artists MU 180A2 Self-care for Creative Arts Majors, is designed to provide creative arts students with an increased understanding of mental, emotional, financial, physical, and social wellness against […]


Sign up for one of the most popular theatre classes: Singing for Actors

TH 153 SINGING FOR ACTORS is a fusion of acting technique and singing technique for credible performance in the musical genre. You do not have to be a theatre major to take this class with Broadway singer and actress, Professor Patty Goble. Class size is limited, so sign up today in Aries!


New Course: Self-care for Creative Arts Majors

Working in the arts is amazing—and sometimes difficult. Learn how to take care of yourself by understanding the challenges that are, more or less, common to all artists MU 180A2 Self-care for Creative Arts Majors, is designed to provide creative arts students with an increased understanding of mental, emotional, financial, physical, and social wellness against […]


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2020 Graduation Celebration for CSU Music

The School of Music, Theatre, and Dance celebrates our 2020 music graduates! We are very proud of everything you’ve accomplished at Colorado State University! While the semester did not conclude in the traditional way, unique circumstances create unique individuals. We’re excited to see how EVERYTHING you’ve learned during your time at CSU will create a […]


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Performing arts majors present research and creativity

Several School of Music, Theatre, and Dance students creative work was selected for Celebrate Undergraduate Research and Creativity (CURC). This year, the annual event is being held online and is open for viewing. Presented in this gallery are more than 225 posters showcasing the fantastic work that CSU undergraduates from all eight colleges are doing […]


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Announcing Dr. Cayla Bellamy as CSU’s new assistant professor of bassoon

The School of Music, Theatre, and Dance is excited to announce Dr. Cayla Bellamy as our new assistant professor of bassoon, starting Fall 2020. Dr. Bellamy comes to Colorado State University following four highly successful years as the bassoon professor at the University of Northern Iowa, where she also taught courses in music education and […]


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Watch the Music in the Museum Concert Series Online

During this time, music is doing what it has always done — touching our hearts and lifting our spirits. In lieu of a live performance, Dr. Joel Bacon and Dr. Lynn Boland present this Music in the Museum concert/lecture as a video to enjoy from home. Musician: Dr. Joel Bacon, piano Art Historian: Dr. Lynn Boland […]


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CSU Theatre staff recognized by KCACTF for support of students

According to the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival region 7 newsletter, the HORACE ROBINSON/JACK WATSON AWARD is awarded to faculty/staff who show dedication and support for their students, going above and beyond the normal duties expected of university faculty. At the annual Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival (KCACTF) Region VII conference, hosted by […]


In Memory: Robert Franklin Nisbett

Robert Franklin Nisbett, 82, passed away peacefully at his home in North Las Vegas, Nevada, on Monday, Nov. 25. He leaves his wife of 53 years, Ellen Nisbett; his daughter Tamara Di Pasquallucci; son Heath Nisbett; four grandchildren; and his younger brother David Nisbett. Robert Nisbett was born on August 12, 1937, in Niles, Ohio. […]


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‘The Samuel Beckett Experience’ cuts deeper than absurdity

By Scott Powell; Reprinted with permission from the Rocky Mountain Collegian It’s easy to be intimidated by Samuel Beckett. He’s the kind of playwright who, to the general public, has largely devolved into nothing more than a sneering inside joke among elitist members of the theater world — the kind of playwright often name-dropped at […]