Alexandria Van Paris had made it. After 330 auditions and over a decade of anticipation, she was finally working with theater director and choreographer Susan Stroman.
From July to November of 2016, Ball State alumnus Doug Jones was on location in Toronto, Canada, on the set of his latest film project; pretty normal for a Hollywood actor. Decidedly less normal? Acting in a rubber suit, under dense layers of makeup, to play a romantic lead without speaking a word of dialogue.
Ball State first lady Jennifer Mearns has always wanted to appear on a cooking show, and on Nov. 28 she will finally make her debut when she appears on “Slice That Price,” making a special batch of her mother’s Thanksgiving stuffing.
Those passing through the one-flashing-light town of Gaston this Friday are liable to see games of pumpkin ball, rock-paper-scissors tournaments, grilled food, bounce houses, the Hunter Smith Band and even the world's longest field goal kick. Behind all of that, however, is a tight-knit community of people coming together for a good cause.
Vickie Sampson will be visiting Ball State’s campus this week to screen her newest directorial work, the short film “Shelby’s Vacation.”