Posts Tagged ‘Theatre’
With its uplifting message and quirky humor, “The Best Christmas Pageant Ever” tells the tale of a married couple and six delinquent children who must unite for the performance of the Sunday school Christmas play.
Student-director Rebekah Side leads the cast and crew of “The Best Christmas Ever” in rehearsal. The holiday performance opens Thursday at 7:30 p.m. with shows Friday and Saturday running 7:30-8:45 p.m., and Sunday is a matinée at 2 in the afternoon.
Sarah Dickey maintains two of the most important roles in the Fine Arts Division at Missouri Baptist University, administrative assistant and assistant theatre director.
Sarah Dickey has anchored her corner of the main office in the Fine Arts Division for more than a decade, so any question about, well, just about anything, she is more than capable of answering.
Perhaps you have heard the legend. If you have studied Shakespeare you probably have. You know, the one about the curse that comes to any production of “Macbeth” if the word “Macbeth” is even so much as murmured out loud during rehearsal. All wonderful superstitions aside, MBU’s production will prove to be historic in its own right.
Photo by Haley Sandvoss
Students rehearse for the Shakespeare classic play, “Macbeth,” which is set to open Thursday, March 22, on the Chapel stage at Missouri Baptist University. Click here for ticket information.
Missouri Baptist University hosted its first-ever outdoor play, “The Caucasian Chalk Circle,” in the Quad, directed by Kasey Cox. The play offered a living room concert atmosphere as students came and went as they pleased, as others sat Indian style up close, enjoying the action.
Photos by Josh Eaton