Theatre news

The Northwestern College theatre department will present a romantic comedy by William Shakespeare on the Orange City Windmill Park stage during two weekends in early October.

Northwestern College welcomed five new full-time faculty members with the start of classes this fall.

Corrie Hayes of Fort Dodge, Iowa, and Kelsey Lang of Orange City, graduating seniors at Northwestern College, received Faculty Honors during the college’s commencement exercises on July 18.

Northwestern College will award degrees to 317 students on Saturday, July 18, in graduation ceremonies postponed since May due to the coronavirus.

Northwestern College will host a theatre camp for high school students interested in a variety of theatrical roles from July 6–9.

Northwestern College has awarded tenure and promotions to seven members of its faculty, effective this fall.

Northwestern College theatre professor Jeff Barker has published his fourth book, “Performing the Plays of the Bible: Seven Ancient Scripts and Our Journey to Return Them to the Stage.”

Northwestern College’s Drama Ministries Ensemble theatre company will perform “Iowa Ethiopia” in three area venues in February and March.

Northwestern College theatre students and productions received recognition at the Region Five Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival in Sioux Falls Jan. 19–25.

The musical “Bright Star” will be on stage at Northwestern College Feb. 15 and 20–22 in the England Theatre.

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