The Missouri Baptist University Theatre Department is performing their next musical about schoolchildren with schoolchildren in mind by partnering with local Confluence Academy and their three campuses, and hosting a book fair this week in the Art Gallery at MBU.
Sabrina Furman (center) stars as the title character in Missouri Baptist University’s performance of “Junie B. Jones, the Musical,” which runs this Thursday through Sunday in the Pillsbury Chapel. Photos by Madison Coumerilh
The MBU Theatre Department will be performing “Eurydice” this weekend at the Pillsbury Chapel. The show involves a different acting style than what the performers have done in the past, but many of the performers have enjoyed the learning experience they received.
Jenny Duncan and William Launsby play the roles of Eurydice and Orpheus, two characters with very different personalities, who are in love with each other in MBU’s performance of “Eurydice.” Photo by Sarah McGowan
Fresh off of wrapping up “The Drowning Girls,” the Theatre Department at Missouri Baptist University began rehearsals on their next production, Lawrence Kasha and David Landay’s “Seven Brides for Seven Brothers,” which opens this Thursday.
Left to right, Maddie Cook, Evan Clawson, Sophie Karase, Michael Cox, Claire Baur, Nathanael Pezzo, Kaylin Penninger, Greg Carr II, Sabrina Furman, Bradley Bliven, Haley Clegg, Gavin Young, Jenny Duncan and Will Launsby perform in the musical, “Seven Brides for Seven Brothers,” in the Pillsbury Chapel, which runs this Thursday through Sunday. Photos by Hamin Lee
Disney: Not just for wide-eyed children, but cherished by generations whose hearts have been touched for a lifetime. Within the Missouri Baptist University community there are several unique individuals who are passionate about Disney, displaying what it truly means to be a Disney Fanatic.
This picture of Epcot was taken during the 2019 Flower and Garden Festival, which is Disney’s annual festival, happening each year around summer time. Photo by Jessica Kunkel
“The Drowning Girls,” the first show in MBU Theatre’s 2021-22 season, will open this Thursday with hopes of bringing awareness to the frightening reality of domestic abuse.
Maddie Cook, Victoria Zilke and Haley Clegg rehearse for MBU Theatre’s performance of “The Drowning Girls,” which opens this Thursday. Photo courtesy of MBU Theatre