Sept. 17, 2019The NAU School of Music invites students, faculty and community members to the Fall 2019 Horizons Concert Series featuring four special performances. Concert … Read more about NAU School of Music announces the Fall 2019 Horizons Concert Series
Harper Lee’s revered masterpiece To Kill A Mockingbird will wrap up NAU’s spring theater productions in the Clifford E. White Theater.
The play is based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning 1961 novel and deals with serious social issues as told from the viewpoint of a 10-year-old girl in 1930s Alabama.
“The play shows how diverse people can change to make the world more compassionate and loveable,” said Robert Yowell, director and professor, NAU Department of Theater. “The theme of race in America is certainly emotionally charged… Read more
NAU Theater will stage Molly Newman and Barbara Damashek’s Quilters this November in the Studio Theater.
The play, a musical about the trials and triumphs of pioneer women in the early days of the American West, uses quilt blocks as metaphors for moments in women’s lives—from childhood through childbearing and beyond.
Directed by NAU Theater faculty member Christina Gutierrez-Dennehy, Quilters is comprised of a cast of seven female actors who play nearly 100 roles in the production ranging from children, mothers, grandmothers, men… Read more
Mac Groves’ Forgotten Places: Looking for a Lost America, a play that captures simpler times in the American landscape through stories, music and images, will run March 7-9 at NAU’s Studio Theater.
Written by Groves, a theater professor at NAU, and directed by senior theater student Jenna Worden, the play is a multimedia piece that weaves together the stories told by people in a small Midwestern town as they trace a forgotten way of life and the people and events… Read more