Who wouldn’t want to don the Brooks Center stage in a pair of bright orange sneakers? With a commitment to excellence and high fashion footwear, the Clemson University Jazz Ensemble will have you swinging in your seats at their concert on Thursday, November 21 at 8 pm.
The Clemson Players will present "The Laramie Project" Nov. 18-22 and 24. Based on the murder of Matthew Shepard, it is a mosaic of dozens of individual voices that offers an exploration of the depths to which humanity can sink and the heights to which it can rise.
Fans of classical music and a children’s classic will have a lot to cheer about in November at Clemson University’s Brooks Center for the Performing Arts. Two shows — one by a renowned violinist and the other by Brooklyn Rider quartet and well-known banjoist Béla Fleck — are free.
Join the Clemson University Drumline, Steel Band and Percussion Ensemble for an evening of rhythm and high energy at the CU Percussion Extravaganza at 8 p.m. Friday, Nov. 8, at the Brooks Center for the Performing Arts.
Finding time to assist back stage with a nationally touring Broadway production is not in a typical college student’s daily schedule. However, Clemson University performing arts students are getting that chance.
The Clemson Players and the Clemson University performing arts department will present Sarah Ruhl’s "Late: a cowboy song" Monday-Sunday, Sept. 9-15, in the Bellamy Theatre at the Brooks Center for the Performing Arts.
Experiencing musical culture outside the classroom and being able to sing in some of the most beautiful cathedrals in Europe was the chance of a lifetime for the CU Singers.
Clemson University performing arts students Erin Parisi and Devario Simmons took home awards from The Kennedy Center Region IV American College Theater Festival.
Student Matt Sheen’s ability to “do it all” reflects his drive and dedication in everything he does. He claims that his passion for both mechanical engineering and Clemson is what pushes him to be so involved.
The Clemson Players and the Clemson University performing arts department will present the classic story "Medea" Feb. 28-March 3 on the Brooks Center for the Performing Arts stage.
Clemson University Clemson professor Shaundra “Shani” Daily started out as a gymnast and danced her way into the field of affective computing. Daily’s dancing days sparked creative project ideas that blend the arts with science, technology and engineering. Her innovative style caught the attention of nationally recognized news magazine Diverse Issues in Higher Education, which […]
Homecoming at Clemson is about honoring tradition, and this year, former members of the Clemson University Tiger Band will return to Death Valley to “shake the southland” once more during the homecoming game against Maryland on Nov. 10. Entitled “300 for 30” in celebration of the 30th anniversary of alumni band, this year’s event will bring together 382 former band members representing 21 states and 51 graduating classes, rendering the largest attendance in alumni band history.
As butterflies build, and my breath shortens, the lights come up and it’s my cue. The first one to step out on stage, the first actor the audience lays eyes on. No pressure. But as I step into the spotlight and begin to speak my first line, the anxieties seem to subside, and I feel completely at home.
To manage and promote his various endeavors, Monty Craig (right) has become a prolific user of social media and developing technologies, and he hopes to equip his students with professional skills that will allow them to succeed in the industry.
As always, the depth, passion and drive of Clemson students never fail to impress. The graduating Class of 2012 has spent a lot of time exploring — their futures, their interests, their research and their passions. With so much potential, we know they’re off to great things. In the meantime, check out the stories of five of our incredible seniors.