BHCT presents four productions each year based on classical literature, bringing popular children’s books to life on stage. The organization also offers classes, camps, and the Junior Players Theatre Troupe. Tickets available online or call the Box Office.
2019-20 Performance Schedule
September 27-October 5, 2019: Korczak's Children
December 13-22, 2019: A Charlie Brown Christmas
February 21-29, 2020: Hyronomous A. Frog: The Frog Prince
April 24-May 2, 2020: The Rainbow Fish Musical
On the campus of the University of Northern Iowa, this center features three performance halls, seating up to 1,680 in the Great Hall. Over 150 performances take place each year, including student productions, the wcfsymphony, and national and international touring performers and shows.
Hawkeye Community College (HCC) has 7 area locations that house over 52 credit and continuing education programs, with the main campus being on the southern edge of Waterloo. The diverse curriculum offers specialized training geared toward business and industry. With over 6,200 students enrolled, HCC is one of the state’s leaders in higher education.
Hawkeye's Tama Hall is a multi-purpose facility, offering 7 meeting rooms, an auditorium for 400 people, and a reception area. It's also host to Hawkeye's annual Artist Series, "Hawkeye Celebrates the Arts", which features music and theatre performances.
From its permanent collection, started by farmer poet James Hearst, to its regional, national, and international exhibitions, the Hearst Center and Sculpture Garden offer visitors a fresh, unique perspective on the arts.
Tues & Thurs 8am-9pm
Wed & Fri 8am-5pm
MARIN GALLERY is a contemporary and experimental art gallery located in downtown Waterloo. It exhibits emerging and mid-career artists, who contribute to speculative or discursive knowledge in an identified field. Emphasizing art that is conceptual and/or socio-politically aware, it provides a platform for the artist’s voice, and a bridge between artists and community.
Tues-Fri 11am - 7pm
Sat 11am - 5pm
Thru March 28: Velvet Fields: visions of the necropastoral
This 500-seat theatre, originally built in 1910, is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. It houses a resident theatre company that produces five plays annually. Additional shows and performances throughout the year include concerts, magic shows, and a movie series.
Located on the Cedar River, the RiverLoop Amphitheatre is utilized for performances, celebrations and festivals. The Amphitheatre features seating for up to 1,200.
Plays, musicals, theater for youth, and staged readings are presented by UNI drama students and visiting artists.
Rotating exhibitions provide visitors with an opportunity to view a wide range of artwork by contemporary artists as well as selections from the UNI Permanent Art Collection.
Gallery hours during academic year:
More than 200 annual musical performances, including band, orchestra, choral, chamber, and solo concerts are performed by students, faculty and visiting artists.
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