A Night Of Classic Russian Ballet With Swan Lake
Soft creaks and fast-moving shadows were felt while soft music started playing. Not a single breath could be heard, but music rose levels, creating great anticipation among the Southeast Missouri State University students and Cape Girardeau community members sitting in the audience at the Donald C. Bedell Performance Hall Friday 26...
Free faculty recital includes professor on classical guitar
Guitar professor Patrick Rafferty will perform at 7:30 p.m. May 8 at the Robert F. and Gertrude L. Shuck Recital Hall at the River Campus. The concert is free to the general public.
Southeast student organizes Fashion Friday event to promote local business
Some of the stores that are partaking in the May 3 event are Stash, Philanthropy, Pastime Antiques, Somewhere in Time Antiques, Sloan + Themis, C.P. McGinty Jewelers, Annie Laurie's Antiques and Reruns.
Carpe Diem event will feature multicultural food and dance
Southeast will host Carpe Diem on Saturday to celebrate cultural diversity among students from at 7 p.m. with the performances ending around 9:45. After the performances, people are encouraged to stay and interact with each other until the event ends at 11 p.m.
Russian National Ballet Theatre returns to perform Swan Lake
The Russian National Ballet Theatre will perform Swan Lake at 7:30 p.m. Friday at the Donald C. Bedell Performance Hall.
Symphony to share stage with SIU Carbondale symphony
The Southeast Missouri Symphony Orchestra will present Symphonic Spectacular, its final concert of the season. This concert will feature the combined orchestras from Southeast Missouri State University and SIU Carbondale.
Graduating seniors display art in B.F.A Exhibits
When it comes time for seniors earning Bachelor of Fine Arts degrees to graduate, the River Campus Art Gallery exhibits their work.
Southeast Chamber Choir to perform something old, new borrowed and blue
The Southeast Missouri State University Chamber Choir will perform a concert with a theme that encompasses a wide range of music. The theme of the concert is something old, new, borrowed and blue.
Pitters Cafe to host Muck Sticky
The Muck Sticky concert takes place Friday at Pitters, which is located at 811 Broadway. Doors open at 8 p.m. and the show starts at 9 p.m. It is for mature audiences ages 18 and up.
On-campus choirs to perform "Gospel Mass"
"Gospel Mass" will be performed at 7:30 p.m. April 23 at the Donald C. Bedell Performance Hall. Tickets are $10.
Spring into Dance program to show student choreography and dance
Spring into Dance is a yearly showcase that displays the work of students, faculty and guest artists.
Clothing line Ma'De Life started by students while at Southeast
Ma'De Life, which is pronounced mah-day, is a fashion line designed by cousins Maniak Webber and De'Santis Cross.
Performing arts majors showcased on casting site
BroadwayDemo.com, a New York City musical theater casting website, has opened up to students at Southeast Missouri State University to showcase their talent to directors and choreographers from all over the country.
Concert features restored Baroque violin
The fifth edition of this year's Chamber Music Sundays at Three concert series, "Brandon's New Violin," will feature music played on the 18th century Viennese Baroque violin restored to its original measurements by luthier Greg Bearden.
Annual Juried Student Exhibition and Salon des Refuses show student art
The Annual Juried Student Exhibition is an event that shows off the creative talents of the students from the art department at Southeast Missouri State University's River Campus.
Classic cars roll through the Show Me Center
The Show Me Center was buzzing as people filled the arena to see their dream cars roll by in a parade of rubber and steel. Fans and buyers filled the stands as vehicles of all shapes and sizes packed the arena as Smith's Auction Company of Benton Missouri hosted its 19th annual Smiths Classic Car Auction. Approximately 153 cars, trucks, sedans, muscle cars and radical customs crossed the auction block on the floor of the Show Me Center.
Theatre department to present The Miss Firecracker Contest
Carnelle Scott is a brash, unfeminine and quite promiscuous young woman growing up in her hometown of Brookhaven, Miss. Trying to emulate her cousin Elain, she enters into the Miss Firecracker Beauty Contest to prove to everyone she is not more than her nickname, "the hot tamale."
Southeast students form metal band 'Kings Among Men'
Kings Among Men is composed of Southeast Missouri State University students Ethan Reker on guitar and Jake Westrich on screaming vocals. Guitarist and clean vocalist Cody Lunsford and drummer Spencer Lovig are also in the band.
River Campus hosts 400 students and faculty for annual dance festival
The national offices of the American College Dance Festival Association are always searching for different schools to host the conference. This will be the second time that Southeast Missouri State University has hosted the conference.
Voice faculty recital performs "The Good, the Bad, The Opera"
The voice faculty recital entitled "The Good, the Bad, The Opera" compiled pieces of many renowned works on March 10 at the River Campus at Southeast Missouri State University.
Local bistro turns historic house into restaurant and student art gallery
West Bank Bistro, located on the corner of Morgan Oak and South Lorimer Street across from Southeast's River Campus, serves as a restaurant and art gallery.
Former Olympian Michelle Kwan speaks on campus
Michelle Kwan, a 32-year-old figure skating Hall of Famer, spoke at Southeast Missouri State University Show Me Center non March 6.
Two members of Department of Art win awards apart from university
Southeast Missouri State University junior Katherine Miller and sculpture professor Chris Wubbena were winners in their field of art for their printmaking and sculpting skills.
Southeast students work New York Fashion Week
Southeast Missouri State University senior Lauren Phillips and sophomore Dennise Hernton traveled to New York City to participate in New York Fashion Week.
St. Louis-based band Stockholm Smile hopes to grow local fan base
Stockholm Smile, composed of Menzel, Drew Lance on vocals, Matt Bonasch on guitar, Blake Boyster on bass and Kowan Turner on drums, previously worked with Wentzville, Mo., based independent record label Moonspinner Records.
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