Clarke Theatre During COVID

GRETA FREIBURGER Like many organizations on the Clarke University campus, the theatre program had to put everything on hold when classes went online in the spring of 2020. Rehearsals for the second production of the semester had just started a week before spring break began, and, as like most things…continue reading

Musical Menus is in full swing

On April 4th and 5th at 6:30pm, Clarke students will be taking part in Musical Menus, a fundraiser that celebrates the work of the drama, music, and theatrical departments. Throughout the two nights, many students, as well as Clarke ensembles, will be performing a variety of songs…continue reading

Don’t wait to see Waiting for Godot

From March 7th to the 10th, the Clarke University Drama and Musical Theater Department will be performing Waiting for Godot by Samuel Beckett at Terence Donaghoe Hall. The show features a five person cast, including students Jamese Kane, Kayla Winandy, Riley Beckett, Alannah Walker, and…continue reading

Who will take home the Oscar? Predictions for the 2019 Oscar ceremony

With the Academy Awards coming up tomorrow, many movie fans are on the edge of their seats, wondering what movies are going to win. Well, as your resident movie lover, I have some ideas on who I think should…continue reading

Alumni Adam O’Dell to present Mackin-Mailander Lecture

At 2:00 p.m. on Sunday, April 7th, Adam O’Dell will be conducting a lecture in the Jansen Music Hall at Clarke University. The lecture itself is a part of the Mackin-Mailander Alumni Lecture series, entitled “Writing Home, Wherever It May Be.” The lecture itself surrounds O’Dell’s emotional…continue reading