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Rexburg’s very own ghostbuster

There's something strange in our neighborhood. Who we gonna call?

To go or not to go — at least now there’s an option

For the first time since the pandemic began, the BYU-I theaters are starting to open up.

5 life lessons that can be learned from improv comedy

Comic Frenzy is all fun and games, but important life lessons can be learned from improv comedy.

BYU-I Theatre Department to perform ‘These Shining Lives’

"These Shining Lives" is coming to a BYU-I theater near you.

Connecting with rats and moles

Cast members apply the experiences of animals to their own lives as they act.

Broadway comes to Rexburg

Center Stage brings a TV and Broadway star to perform on campus.

Leap into the Theatre Department’s “Wind in the Willows” production

"Burrow" into adventure as members of the Theatre Department prepare for their upcoming play.

Watching a little stage with big voices

Performers attract a full house at this semester's Broadway Revue.

Auditions open for Calvin and Hobbes

A student production of Calvin and Hobbes comes to Rexburg.

College of Visual and Performing Arts

If you rock out to the trombone, doodle all over your notebooks or pirouette your way to the shower, this could be the college for you.

Consecrate thy performance: Fusing theatre with religious values

“It’s shown me that I can create good art and have good experiences without pushing my standards."

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Magic at the McKay: Bringing Hogwarts to BYU-Idaho

The David O. McKay Library hosts the second Magic at the McKay event.