North Central College - Naperville, IL

This week’s top internships and law enforcement workshop April 4

This week’s top internships and law enforcement workshop April 4

Print Email Share

Check out these new student internship opportunities, including a workshop on law enforcement April 4. To learn more, contact Marlene Starzyk, assistant director of Career Development and internship coordinator, at 630-637-5143 or mstarzyk@noctrl.edu, or stop by her office in WAC, room 101.



Hear faculty present stories of emigrants through Ellis Island

Hear faculty present stories of emigrants through Ellis Island

Print Email Share

North Central’s theatre faculty and an alumna and student will be part of the Feb. 11-12 multimedia program “Heroic and Hopeful” presented by the DuPage Symphony Orchestra in Wentz Concert Hall.

The second part of the DSO program features Peter Boyer’s “Ellis Island: The Dream of America,” an original composition with historical imagery and spoken word from the Ellis Island Oral History Project.



Opening night of “Distracted” includes talk-back with actors, faculty

Opening night of “Distracted” includes talk-back with actors, faculty

Print Email Share

Psychology and theatre faculty are hosting a noncredit Verandah opportunity and Q&A after the Thursday, Oct. 20, opening night production of “Distracted.” The play will be staged this weekend at 7:30 p.m. Thursday through Saturday, Oct. 20, 21 and 22, and at 2 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 23, in Madden Theatre.



One-man show features works by Molière, Shakespeare May 9

One-man show features works by Molière, Shakespeare May 9

Print Email Share

North Central welcomes performer Timothy Mooney, who will give a one-man dramatic presentation of his two shows “Molière Than Thou” and “Lots O’ Shakespeare” at 7 p.m. Monday, May 9, in Koten Chapel. This event is free and hosted by Cultural Events.



North Central College in the news

North Central College in the news

Print Email Share

Media sources report recent news about the men’s basketball tourney and coach Raridon’s conference honor, and a review and preview of fine arts events.

Sun-Times Media:
“North Central top seed at CCIW tourney” in men's basketball
“Raridon CCIW Co-Coach of the Year” and more athletic news briefs
Adam Sandler hit comes to NCC stage” previews "The Wedding Singer" March 3-6



North Central College in the news

North Central College in the news

Print Email Share

Media sources report recent news about upcoming fine and performing arts events, athletics, films, the International Festival and faith.

UMC Faith in Action: “College rallies against hate group” contributed by Campus Chaplain Lynn Pries

Daily Herald:
Fest brings the world to Naperville” 
North Central launches independent film series



Student show premieres at ChicagoSketch

Student show premieres at ChicagoSketch

Print Email Share

The North Central College student production “An Evening in Revue” will premiere this weekend at the 10th Annual Chicago Sketch Comedy Festival, called the world’s largest sketch comedy festival.

“An Evening in Revue” will be presented at 2:30 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 16, at Stage773, 1225 W. Belmont Ave. in Chicago, in a double-header with another group. For tickets visit chicagosketchfest.com or call the Stage773 box office at 773-327-5252.



Students stage "Quake" and the quest for love

Students stage "Quake" and the quest for love

Print Email Share

Students will perform “Quake,” a comical yet thought-provoking play by award-winning playwright Melanie Marnich Jan. 6-9. The story follows the misadventures of Lucy, played by Kati Riess ’12, in her time-warped, elusive journey to find the love of her life. Professor of Theatre Deborah Palmes will direct four performances of “Quake” at 7:30 p.m. Jan. 6, 7 and 8, and at 2 p.m. Jan. 9 in the theatre at Meiley-Swallow Hall. Call 630-637-7469 to purchase tickets or visit tickets.noctrl.edu.



North Central College in the news

North Central College in the news

Print Email Share

Recent print and online media sources report North Central College stories about the Old Main tower bells, senior Tommy Rivera-Vega in “Cats” and football playoffs.

Chicago Theater: “This show’s the cat’s meow” positive reviews of Tommy Rivera-Vega ’11 in Chicago’s “Cats”

Daily Herald: “Playoff opener is kids play for North Central



Theatre sets from “Phantom” go green

Theatre sets from “Phantom” go green

Print Email Share

Ever wonder what happens to all the set materials from a large North Central production, like those from “The Phantom of the Opera”? In the past, old sets were loaded into a dumpster and hauled to a landfill, but not this year. The theatre department has taken a new, sustainable approach that’s both cost and environmentally friendly.



Syndicate content