College of Fine Arts Articles
Millikin cast performs finale from "Some Enchanted Evening"
The COVID-19 pandemic has placed everyone in a "new normal," as much of the U.S. is in quarantine due to the coronavirus.
A Look Back at Millikin's "Synergy" Concert
On Feb. 23, 2020, Millikin University's Percussion Ensembles presented the School of Music's annual Synergy concert. In this unique event, Dr. Jeremy Brunk, assistant professor, and Aaron Villarreal, adjunct faculty, led the ensembles in a concert connecting music with nature, climate and politics.
Millikin graduate creates music video for latest single
Country music recording artist and 2012 Millikin University graduate Eric Burgett wanted to incorporate memories of how he had fun growing up in his latest single; what resulted was the song "Raised" released on Feb. 21, 2020.
School of Theatre & Dance named among top programs that prepare students for entertainment industry
Perfomerstuff.com, a leading online resource for performers, providing content tailored for actors, musicians and dancers, has recently recognized Millikin University's School of Theatre & Dance as one of the "Top College Theatre Programs You Might Not Know, but Should in the Midwest."
Students earn ADDY Awards for third consecutive year
Little Dreamers education program goes beyond Acting
In spring 2019, theatre administration major Maya Dougherty was trying to earn a spot on the leadership team for the Millikin University student-run venture, Pipe Dreams Studio Theatre. Going into her interview, she knew she had some great ideas, but felt that none of the positions truly fit to her strengths.
A look at Millikin's new imagining of Gilbert and Sullivan's classic operetta
W.S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan's classic operetta "The Pirates of Penzance" has been a popular production for generations, and this year, the production has become a part of Millikin University's mainstage season, but with a twist.
AIGA St. Louis Design Conference: A Day of Inspiration!
Millikin theatre student's original play centers on lives of inmates
When Taylor Porter was in the early stages of developing her original play, she looked to Millikin University's Shakespeare Corrected program for inspiration. What transpired was something unique; a movement-based production called "For Real, For Real."