Success! At the American College Dance Association Conference

CSU students Samantha Lewis, Katelyn Doyle, Mohammed York, David Van Name, Avery Jones, and Aminta Remisosky in Eugene, Ore. At the end of March, six CSU performing arts students, along with dance faculty member Chung-Fu Chang, travelled to the American College Dance Association 2017 Conference, held at the University of Oregon in Eugene. CSU’s School […]


Little Shop of Horrors – The Musical

By McKenna Shuler, SMTD Publicity Intern, with Jennifer Clary Jacobs Plants are generally non-threatening, unless you’re talking about a giant Venus fly trap with a thirst for blood! This is exactly what audiences will see as CSU Theatre brings the infamous plant to life in its musical production of Little Shop of Horrors by Howard […]


CSU Theatre Given High Marks by KCACTF

The Colorado State University Theatre presents “The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui,” written by Bertolt Brecht and directed by Walt Jones. CSU Theatre received excellent scores from Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival representative Laura Cuetera for the recent production of The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui by Bertolt Brecht, directed by Walt Jones. It is standard practice […]



Bas Bleu Theatre cooks up delicious world premiere by CSU Professor Eric Prince

Award-winning UK/CSU playwright Eric Prince crafts story to showcase talents of Wendy Ishii; Bas Bleu introduces Irish Blue Craic to Fort Collins With the foundation of a 20-year artistic collaboration to build on, playwright and director Eric Prince and Wendy Ishii – founder and artistic director of Bas Bleu Theatre – have constructed a world […]


Student Profile: Heather Salyer

Meet Heather Salyer, a third-year student at Colorado State University double majoring in Theatre with a concentration in Performance and History. 1. What upcoming production are you currently preparing for and what is your role? I just finished associate directing The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui with Walt Jones. This gave me a chance to […]


A Big Night of Music

Brought to you by the Ralph Opera Program, The School of Music, Theatre and Dance presents: A Little Night Music By Brooke Poulson, SMTD Publicity Intern A Little Night Music will be a lot more than just a little night of music when it debuts in Griffin Concert Hall at the University Center for the […]


The 5 Signs You’re a Theatre Major

Article Written By Natalie Hendricks 1. Stage fright is a foreign concept The urge to constantly be on stage, wanting all eyes on you is a familiar feeling. Audiences do not scare you. When being in non-related theatre group projects, you are automatically picked to be the group leader. Presentation skills? No problem. You have […]


The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui

“…the public could have resisted–but they didn’t.” ~ Walt Jones on The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui.   Story by Abbie Blach, UCA Publicity Intern Say tomorrow you wake up, make your morning coffee, and take to Facebook to read the latest posts from your friends, and scrolling through your feed you read the headline, […]


CSU Theatre’s First Annual One-Act Play Festival

By Lauren Scott, Publicity Intern When we think of theatre, images of a big Broadway musical, take Wicked or the latest smash Hamilton, may pop into our heads. Or maybe, we are more into watching one actor onstage with only a chair for a set. No matter what image comes to mind, the common thread […]