A Beginner's Guide to Stage Makeup
Before the curtain rises on your big stage debut, you'll want to make sure that your costume and makeup are perfect. When you're acting or dancing with larger theater or dance organizations, it's not unusual to have a makeup artist do it for you. They likely have a specific look in mind that the director would like. However, in many cases, especially in smaller groups, a makeup artist may create a look for your show, but it will be up to you to re-create that look for each performance. Stage makeup is an essential skill in the theater community, and precise application can put the perfect finishing touches on your character's costume.
Art Now, A Showcase of Student Artwork: Fall 2020
NOVEMBER 16, 2020 - FEBRUARY 5, 2021
The Butler University Art Department proudly presents Art Now, A Showcase of Student Artwork: Fall 2020. This one-of-a-kind exhibit focuses on the work of majors and minors in the Art + Design program, featuring animation, video, drawing, painting, sculpture, design, and more!
DECEMBER 17, 2020 - JANUARY 1, 2021
Join us for this year’s virtual presentation of Rejoice!, Butler’s annual holiday tradition.
This year’s version will include performances by the Butler University Choirs, Butler Symphony Orchestra, Butler University Jazz Ensemble, Jordan Jazz, and the Butler University Percussion Ensemble.
THIS PERFORMANCE WILL BE AVAILABLE ON THIS PAGE AT 7:30 PM EST ON THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17
Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra presents, A Baroque Christmas - Virtual Concert
DECEMBER 19, 2020 @ 7:30PM
Join the ICO for a festive evening of Baroque Christmas music. This concert features Associate Concertmaster, Sarah Page, performing the violin solo from Vivaldi’s “Winter” from The Four Seasons. The repertoire in this concert showcases holiday favorites from Italy, Germany, France, and Austria. Complete your viewing experience with ICO’s Performance Pairings, a holiday cookie and cocoa kit.
Virtual Theater Experiences from Home
Just because the COVID-19 pandemic means staying safe by social distancing doesn’t mean that you can’t enjoy different types of entertainment. You might not be able to go to the theater right now, but you can see a variety of performances from the comfort of your couch at home. Your media options are plentiful, including dance, music, drama, comedy, and opera. You could even try to learn about some types of performing arts that you’ve never seen or heard before by checking out some new performances.