Ball State's Department of Theatre and Dance showcased the comedic ballet, Coppelia, on Wednesday, April 27th, 2022 in the Dance Theatre on campus. This production runs until April 30th, 2022 with shows every night at 7:30 p.m. Photos by Annika Sharlow
Ball State hosted its annual Late Nite Carnival on Friday 22, 2022 in the C-1 parking lot.
Muncie indie artist, Saint Lavender performed with her band at Be Here Now during Bubble Fest on Saturday, April 2nd, 2022 in Muncie, Indiana.
The Equinox Music Festival took place on Saturday, March 26th, 2022 in Muncie, Indiana. The festival showcases students musical talents on Ball State University's campus.
Ball State's Anime Club held their C-Con Anime Convention in the L.A. Pittenger Student Center on Saturday, March 26th, 2022.
Ball State University held a student comedy show "Chirp Up" on Saturday, March 26th, 2022 in Pruis Hall. Students were able to watch or participate in the event to show off their comedy skills. Photos by Annie Bastian
The Band CAMINO played at Old National Centre in Indianapolis, Indiana on Thursday, March 24th, 2022. Photos by Savannah Baird.
Ball State Department of Theatre and Dance students performed "The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time" in University Theater in March 2022. The show premiered at 7:30p.m. on March 25th, 2022 and runs until April 2nd, 2022 in Muncie, Indiana. Photos by Annie Bastian and Emma Fullen.
Ball State University hosted attorney and media personality, Rachel Lindsay, for the Excellence in Leadership speaker series at 7:30p.m. EST on Tuesday, March 22nd, 2022 in Pruis Hall in Muncie, Indiana. Lindsay is most known for being the first and only African American lead on ABC's "The Bachelorette". The program was held in a "Question and Answer" fashion with audience participation offered about 30 minutes into the discussion. A "Meet and Greet" followed where audience members could ask Lindsay questions and take photos with her.
Ball State students perform the classic play, A Christmas Carol, in University theater. Amber Pietz, DN
Ball State's Spectrum partnered with Ball State University Program Board to present a Halloween Drag Show during Late Nite. Annika Sharlow, Byte
The SelfieWRLD Museum in Illinois is a place where people can see a variety of different stages and backdrops set up so that visitors can take fun selfies and photos. Savannah Baird, Byte
Ball State University celebrates their Fall 2021 Homecoming with their traditional Bed Races. Savannah Baird, Byte
Ball State hosted a special parade to commemorate the end of Fall 2021's Homecoming week. Savannah Baird, Byte
Ball State upheld its Homecoming tradition with its singing and dancing competition, Air Jam. Victoria Johnson, Byte
Ball State kicked off it's Homecoming Week with a Food Truck Festival in the Village, just off campus. Savannah Baird, Victoria Johnson, Byte
Ball State University's School of Theatre and Dance produced the dance show, A History of Knowing and Loving and Remembering and Forgetting, in October 2021.
AJR and guest speaker, Sarah Keys, perform in Emens Auditorium on Sept. 11. Joshua Smith, Byte
As part of Spring Homecoming, groups from across Ball State competed against each other in Bed Races at Briner Sports Track on April 30. Bed Races is the last event of Ball State’s first spring Homecoming, moved to the spring semester due to the coronavirus outbreak. This event was streamed virtually with no guests allowed in the stands, a break from tradition due to COVID-19 concerns.
Theatre and dance majors will be performing in the first dance show of the spring 2021 season in “Tribute.” “Tribute” is a 50 minute show choreographed by Anne Beck and Michael Humphrey showcasing the African roots of popular musical stylings such as Jazz and swing, and how it even affects modern styles of dance and music. The show will be only shown as a livestream on March 13, at 7:30 p.m. For tickets, please visit bsu.edu/theatre.