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Stephens Auditorium and the Octagon Center for the Arts are teaming up for an arts and crafts workshop before Mummenschanz this Saturday. Families are invited to exercise their imaginations and warm up for the show. The doors open at 6:45 and the workshop will be hosted in the Celebrity Cafè. Tickets are still available for… Read more »
Photos from the performance on March 9, 2015. Cody Lovaas opened for Jason Mraz and Raining Jane.
Donors who attended the STOMP performances on Wednesday and Thursday got the chance to meet some of the performers after each show. The event is part of the Stephens Auditorium donor benefits.
Paddy Moloney of The Chieftains spoke with John Busbee on KFMG’s Culture Buzz. Listen to the entire interview below, or catch it again on KFMG 99.1 on Wednesday, March 11 at 11 am.
Photos from the Australian Bee Gees meet and greet and the show!
Peter Story from ‘Men Are From Mars Women Are From Venus Live!‘ spoke with Mel in the morning on KASI. Peter talks about what it is like to be a one man show and what everyone has to look forward to during ‘Men Are From Mars, Women And Are From Venus.‘ Experience a stand up… Read more »
Two new shows coming to Stephens Auditorium this Spring! Jason Mraz and Raining Jane When: March 9, 2015 Where: Stephens Auditorium Tickets on sale February 6 at 10 AM. http://www.center.iastate.edu/events/contemporary/jason-mraz/ C.S. Lewis’ Screwtape Letters When: April 14 Where: Stephens Auditorium Tickets go on sale January 30 at 10 Am. http://www.center.iastate.edu/events/contemporary/screwtape-letters/
The 2015 Practical Farmers of Iowa hosted their annual event at the Scheman building on Friday and Saturday. Different vendors and individuals had the opportunity to speak to some local farmers before going into specialized sessions. To find out more about Practical Farmers of Iowa visit http://practicalfarmers.org. Post by Scheman Building.
KFMG’s John Busbee sits down with Anything Goes’ Captain, Drew Martin. Drew explains what makes the Broadway Musical Anything Goes so great, why Cole Porter’s writing is timeless, and more!