MFA in Dance at Minnesota State University, Mankato

The Department of Theatre and Dance at Minnesota State University, Mankato is now accepting applications for the Master of Fine Arts (MFA) in Dance Graduate Program for Fall 2022. This three-year program includes tracks in performance and choreography and offers teaching opportunities, as well as graduate assistantships. The program offers applicants an opportunity to choreograph and perform in annual dance concerts and theatrical productions in beautiful venues including the newly renovated 450-seat Ted Paul Theatre, the intimate Andreas black box theatre, and multiple dance studios.

Graduate students in the MFA Dance Program will have the opportunity to attend the annual American College Dance Association conference in the spring. Guest artists are invited into the program annually for performances of residencies. Students are supported by 13 faculty and staff members in the department with specialties including choreography, dance performance, history, lighting, costuming, musical theatre, directing, scenic design and public relations.

Priority Deadline: April 1, 2022. Priority consideration will be given to applications received by this date. For information or to apply, email Daniel Stark.

MFA in Dance at Minnesota State University, Mankato

The Department of Theatre and Dance at Minnesota State University, Mankato is now accepting applications for the Master of Fine Arts (MFA) in Dance Graduate Program for Fall 2022. This three-year program includes tracks in performance and choreography and offers teaching opportunities, as well as graduate assistantships. The program offers applicants an opportunity to choreograph and perform in annual dance concerts and theatrical productions in beautiful venues including the newly renovated 450-seat Ted Paul Theatre, the intimate Andreas black box theatre, and multiple dance studios.

Graduate students in the MFA Dance Program will have the opportunity to attend the annual American College Dance Association conference in the spring. Guest artists are invited into the program annually for performances of residencies. Students are supported by 13 faculty and staff members in the department with specialties including choreography, dance performance, history, lighting, costuming, musical theatre, directing, scenic design, and public relations.

Preference will be given to applications completed by April 1, 2022. Applications will continue to be accepted until the positions are filled.

For information or to apply, email Daniel Stark.

MFA in Dance at Minnesota State University, Mankato

The Department of Theatre and Dance at Minnesota State University, Mankato is now accepting applications for the Master of Fine Arts (MFA) in Dance Graduate Program for Fall 2022. This three-year program includes tracks in performance and choreography and offers teaching opportunities, as well as graduate assistantships. The program offers applicants an opportunity to choreograph and perform in annual dance concerts and theatrical productions in beautiful venues including the newly renovated 450-seat Ted Paul Theatre, the intimate Andreas black box theatre, and multiple dance studios.

Graduate students in the MFA Dance Program will have the opportunity to attend the annual American College Dance Association conference in the spring. Guest artists are invited into the program annually for performances of residencies. Students are supported by 13 faculty and staff members in the department with specialties including choreography, dance performance, history, lighting, costuming, musical theatre, directing, scenic design, and public relations.

Priority Deadline: April 1, 2022. Priority consideration will be given to applications received by this date.

For information or to apply, email Daniel Stark.

Collide Theatrical Season Subscriptions

Season tickets are now available for Collide Theatrical’s eighth season! This season’s shows focus on the power of human connection, which is more important than ever after a year of loss, loneliness, and social isolation. Choose between tickets to all 5 shows, just the 2 mainstage shows, or just the 3 cabaret performances. For more about our season, click here.

Mainstage:

Frankenstein, October 7-24, 2021
Class of ’85, April 7-May 1, 2022

Cabaret Series:

Holiday Celebration, December 3-12, 2021
Our Stories, January 21-30, 2022
Romance: A Candlelight Cabaret, February 11-20, 2022

The Benefits
Great seats – Advance access to tickets (before the general public) allows us to place you in the BEST SEATS in the house.
Flexibility – Choose the shows you want to see when you want to see them. Free and easy ticket exchanges.*
Save money –  Save 15% off individual ticket prices.
Bring your friends – Your guests receive 10% off of tickets to their first Collide performance.
Special invitations –  Season subscribers receive exclusive access to performance receptions and behind-the-scenes events.

*48-hour notice required

Individual show tickets will go on sale in September. Our subscribers receive guaranteed tickets for our limited-seating shows!

2021 McKnight Choreographer Fellows and 2021 McKnight Dancer Fellows

The Cowles Center for Dance & the Performing Arts announces the 2021 McKnight Choreographer Fellows and 2021 McKnight Dancer Fellows. The Fellows will individually receive $25,000 to set aside time for study, reflection, experimentation, exploration, to take advantage of an opportunity or work on a new project.

McKnight Artist Fellowships deliver significant financial support to mid-career individuals whose body of work demonstrates artistic excellence. The McKnight Fellowships for Choreography and Dance are designed to enrich and strengthen our community by acknowledging the accomplishments of individual choreographers and dancers and providing for their artistic growth.

For more details about the Fellows and the panelists, visit www.mcknightdancechoreo.org

2021 McKnight Choreographer Fellows:
Ananya Chatterjea 
Alanna Morris-Van Tassel
Darrius Strong

2021 McKnight Dancer Fellows:
Alexandra Eady
Hassan Ingraham 
David Stalter Jr.

The McKnight Fellowships for Choreographers and the McKnight Fellowships for Dancers are made possible by the generous support of the McKnight Foundation.

MFA in Dance Program at Minnesota State University, Mankato

The Department of Theatre and Dance at Minnesota State University, Mankato is excited to announce the addition of the Master of Fine Arts (MFA) in Dance degree to our Graduate Program. We are now accepting applications for Fall 2021.

This three-year program includes tracks in performance and choreography, and offers teaching opportunities and graduate assistantships. Applicants will have opportunities to choreograph and perform in annual dance concerts and theatrical productions in the beautiful, newly renovated 450-seat Ted Paul Theatre and the intimate Andreas theatre.

Students will have the opportunity to attend the ACDA conferences, and guest artists are invited into the Program for residencies. Students are supported by thirteen faculty and staff members in the department with specialties including choreography, dance performance, history, lighting, costuming, musical theatre, directing, scenic design, and public relations.

For information or to apply, email Daniel Stark.

MFA in Dance at Minnesota State University, Mankato

The Department of Theatre and Dance at Minnesota State University, Mankato is excited to announce the addition of the Master of Fine Arts (MFA) in Dance degree to our Graduate Program. We are now accepting applications for Fall 2021.

This three-year program includes tracks in performance and choreography, and offers teaching opportunities and graduate assistantships. Applicants will have opportunities to choreograph and perform in annual dance concerts and theatrical productions in the beautiful, newly renovated 450-seat Ted Paul Theatre and the intimate Andreas theatre.

Students will have the opportunity to attend the ACDA conferences and guest artists are invited into the program for residencies. Students are supported by thirteen faculty and staff members in the department with specialties including choreography, dance performance, history, lighting, costuming, musical theatre, directing, scenic design, and public relations.

For information or to apply, email Daniel Stark.