Bringing Loyola Choruses, Faculty, and the Lincoln Trio together for a remembrance of Anne Frank
Loyola combined University Choirs, faculty, and an internationally acclaimed piano trio, the Lincoln Trio, come together to perform James Whitbourn’s full length choral setting to the diaries of Anne Frank.
On the heels of the citywide Shakespeare 400 Chicago celebration, we close our season with The Bard's best known tragedy. This timeless story of true love caught in the tension of violent social conflict continues to remain brutally relevant today. With a fresh look at the romance and its original context, this production will breathe new life into this legendary classic.
Loyola's Theatre program creates opportunities for students of all years and skill levels to participate in creating works of theatre. The 12 Week model is the largest of those opportunities, allowing a student director to lead a team of student designers towards the full realization of a play in production.
In Conversation with New Faculty Member
Fine Arts Marketing Associate, senior Art History major, and President of Loyola Art History Club, Alexandra Senycia sat down with Professor Betsy Odom to discuss her experiences at Loyola as one of the Fine Arts Program’s newest faculty members, her own sculptural works, and her upcoming exhibition at the Ralph Arnold Gallery, Near at Hand.
Now Accepting Applications for Major and Scholarship Auditions
Click here to access the applications for Music Major, Dance Major, and Theatre Scholarship auditions for Fall 2017 acceptance.
Before Rick Valicenti’s exhibition, (maybe) This Time, opens at the Ralph Arnold Gallery, Fine Arts Marketing Associate, President of Loyola Art History Club, and senior Art History major, Alexandra Senycia sat down with Loyola’s new Artist-in-Residence to discuss the show, his work with student designers, and his upcoming collaboration with Loyola Fine Arts seniors on gun violence in Spring 2017.