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  • SOTA Hosts Costume Sale in Time for Halloween

    SOTA Hosts Costume Sale in Time for Halloween

    Oct. 20, 2021 - Just in time for Halloween, SOTA's Theatre & Dance Program will be sponsoring a sale of costumes, wigs, and other assorted theatrical items on Oct. 26-27, from 11 a.m.-4 p.m. outdoors in the Corbett Amphitheater [...]


  • NKU brings laughter with farcical comedy "Noises Off"

    NKU brings laughter with farcical comedy "Noises Off"

    Oct. 11, 2021 - SOTA continues its 21/22 Theatre + Dance season with Michael Frayn's "Noises Off," running from Oct. 14-24, 2021 at NKU's Corbett Theatre[...]


  • MacKenzie-Thurley to perform in France

    MacKenzie-Thurley to perform in France

    Oct. 4, 2021 - Kelly MacKenzie-Thurley, director of the NKU Vocal Jazz Ensemble, has been asked to be a jazz ambassador in Nancy, France, as part of a sister-city cultural exchange with Cincinnati. She and pianist Phil DeGreg will present masterclasses in jazz performance and history and perform at the Nancy Jazz Pulsations Festival[...]


  • NKU hosts engaging dance workshop

    NKU hosts engaging dance workshop

    Oct. 1, 2021 - NKU SOTA welcomes William Charles Crowley to campus on Oct. 10, to host a lecture and demonstration entitled "Beyond the Labyrinth: The Dance Legacy of Martha Graham" followed by a masterclass introducing students to the Graham Technique. This session is free, but advanced registration is required[...]


  • NKU hosts outdoor multimedia performance

    NKU hosts outdoor multimedia performance

    Sept. 30, 2021 - Multimedia performance group Froghole? responds to Northern Kentucky University's brutalist architecture through intimate examinations of space through sound, performance, and video. A three-act performance, "Cemento Mori" will explore three different outdoor sites on NKU's campus[...]


  • Karrick navigated cancer through music, inspires future teachers

    Karrick navigated cancer through music, inspires future teachers

    Sept. 30, 2021 - Brant Karrick, Director of Bands, was recently featured on WCPO 9's "Positively Cincinnati" covering his recent health odyssey. Karrick was diagnosed with Hodgkin's lymphoma and MDS and was forced into a new world of chemo and treatments. Through the process he leaned on music to both comfort him and build him up, composing new pieces throughout his treatments[...]


  • Fierstein’s “Torch Song” Kicks Off NKU’s Theatre & Dance season

    Fierstein’s “Torch Song” Kicks Off NKU’s Theatre & Dance season

    Sept. 28, 2021 - SOTA presents Harvey Fierstein’s "Torch Song" as the start of their 21/22 Theatre + Dance academic season. “Torch Song” will run Sept. 29-Oct. 9, 2021 at NKU’s Stauss Theatre[...]


  • 21/22 Theatre & Dance Tickets Now on Sale!

    21/22 Theatre & Dance Tickets Now on Sale!

    Sept. 7, 2021 - Tickets for the 2021-2022 Theatre & Dance season are now on sale! Visit nku.edu/sotatickets for more information or contact the Box Office at (859) 572-5464 or boxoffice@nku.edu [...]


  • Innovation: Animation Across Colleges

    Innovation: Animation Across Colleges

    July 9, 2021 - By leveraging the expertise across NKU, the university has built an engaging Animation curriculum that will prepare students for exciting careers where they can bring new worlds and characters to life through animation [...]


  • Visual Arts alum to sculpt Cincinnati's first statue of a named female

    Visual Arts alum to sculpt Cincinnati's first statue of a named female

    June 22, 2021 - The sculpture of Marian Spencer is the city's first of a named female, and one of the co-sculptors is Gina Erardi. She honed her sculpting skills in college at Northern Kentucky University and became Tom Tsuchyia's apprentice. Together, they created the statue of Marian Spencer [...]

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