High School Students:
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Or play with our Pep Band at sporting event
Midland-Fremont Marching Band Showcase
Sept. 21st - Heedum Field and Fremont High School
Marching Bands from across the state participate in this non-competitive, educational showcase held in Fremont, NE.
For more information contact Director of Instrumental Music, Rex Barker: firstname.lastname@example.org
Oct. 10-13th - Kimmel Theatre
Inspired by a true story, Radium Girls traces the efforts of Grace Fryer, a luminous watch dial painter, as she fights for her day in court.
oct. 12th - 2:00-9:00pm - Wikert Event Center
This FREE day includes a variety of classes in a range of styles from hip-hop, contemporary, team jazz, theatre jazz, and technique. Q & A with the instructors. Scholarship offers on the spot. Open to dancers 14+.
Jazz Band concert
oct. 22nd - 7:00pm - Milady Coffee Shop
Midland University Performing Arts Staff Recital
oct. 28th - 7:00pm - Kimmel Theatre
A Cappella Honor Choir
NOV. 2nd - 4:00pm - Clemmons Chapel
Midland University Performing arts is excited to announce that in 2019 we will be changing our Honors Choir from Gospel to A Cappella!!! This ALL a cappella concert will feature the 2019 A Cappella Honor Choir, the Midland University Choir, and a featured guest High School A Cappella group.
For a student to participate in the 2019 A Cappella Honor Choir, we will receive teacher nominations, as usual. In addition to those singers, a select honor choir comprised of 24 of the top a cappella singers in our area will also be selected. If you are interested in being chosen for this select group, they will need to provide an audition video with your nomination. Students not hoping to be in the small select group will not need to submit an audition, but will only require a teacher nomination.
We are very excited to help grow the a cappella scene here in Nebraska, and we want you to be a part of this unique artistic experience!!!
Future Arts Day
NOV. 8th - 2:00pm - Kimmel Theatre
Come experience a day in the life as a Midland University Performing Arts student. Audition for HUGE scholarships, tour campus, connect with directors, advisors, and admissions counselors, then enjoy free tickets to “Legally Blonde”
NOV. 7-10th - 7:30 - Kimmel Theatre
The musical theatre version of the 2001 film. Leading this spunky and energetic performance will be Dan P. Hays, Midland University Director of Theatre, with choreography by Katie Speicher, Midland University Director of Dance.
Colors of Christmas
Dec. 8th - 7:30 - Wikert Event Center
Midland Performing Arts’ annual collaborative concert featuring all university ensembles including; band, choir, dance, a cappella choirs, as well as the Fremont Pathfinders Chorus.
Jan. 30th-Feb. 2nd - 7:30 - Kimmel Theatre
Produced in partnership with the Fremont-Midland Entertainment Series (FMES). Based on a series of real-life interviews, Working, presents a song cycle, creatively told by an ensemble of actors that reflects on the American worker experience.
Feb. 7-9th - 7:30 - Milady Coffee Shop
This annual cabaret series combines our student created rock-variety concert, Acoustic Tour, with an evening of musical theatre cabaret.
Festival of the Arts - Jazz Band
Feb. 11th - Midland University
This annual, non-competitive Jazz festival, celebrates high school and middle school Jazz bands by offering national level jazz clinicians and feedback. For more info, contact Director of Instrumental Music, Rex Barker: email@example.com
Festival of the Arts - High School Show Choir
Feb. 13th - Midland University
This annual, non-competitive show choir festival, celebrates high school show choirs by offering national level clinicians, workshops, and feedback. Registration information coming soon.
Festival of the Arts - Middle School Show Choir
Feb. 14th - Midland University
This annual, non-competitive show choir festival, celebrates middle school show choirs by offering national level clinicians, workshops, and feedback. Registration information coming soon.
Festival of the Arts - A Cappella Choir
Feb. 20th - Midland University
This annual, competitive show choir festival, celebrates a cappella choirs by offering national level clinician, Deke Sharon, workshops, and feedback. Registration information coming soon.
mar. 5-8th - Kimmel theatre
Recognized as “the funniest farce ever written,” Noises Off presents a manic menagerie of actors rehearsing a flop. Doors slamming, on and offstage intrigue, and an errant herring all figure in the plot of this hilarious and classically comic play.
Midland University band with the omaha symphonic winds
mar. 15th - Kimmel theatre
The Drowsy Chaperone
apr. 23-26th - Kimmel theatre
With the house lights down, a man in a chair appears on stage and puts on his favorite record: the cast recording of a fictitious 1928 musical. The recording comes to life, and The Drowsy Chaperone bounces into his reality.
Jazz Band COncert
apr. 28th - Milady Coffee Shop
Spring music Concert
may 10th - Kimmel theatre
The conclusion of the music season at Midland includes a combination of choral and instrumental ensembles.