River Campus

River Campus Hosts Fall For Dance 2020

Dec 8, 2020

Southeast students from the Jeanine Larson Dobbins Conservatory of Theatre and Dance presented their skills in a multitude of dance styles at the annual Fall For Dance production at the River Campus. The event kicked off Nov. 19 and ran through Nov. 22.

The showcase consisted of two acts made up of five pieces each. The show displayed a variety of dance styles from contemporary pieces to ballet to an exhilarating aerial performance.

Crisp Museum at River Campus Holds Wind Chime Workshop

Sep 14, 2020

Southeast’s Crisp Museum, located at the River Campus hosts its second annual “Wind Chime Workshop” allowing visitors to create their own homemade windchimes using supplies that have been collected or donated. 

The event provided patrons with an afternoon of fun, laughter and music for the whole family. 

A Short, Sweet Way to Bring Back Music

Sep 3, 2020
Faculty members performed short pieces for the audience that incorporated the title of the series, “The Art of the Miniature".
Photo by: Hannah Radden

After a six-month break from the stage, Southeast River Campus hosted the first live music concert of the semester, opening with the Sundays at Three Series under the direction of Dr. Gabrielle Baffoni, assistant professor of single reeds at Southeast. 

Southeast faculty members participated in playing in the first series titled “The Art of the Miniature.”


A lesson with a student inspired the concert’s title in Baffoni’s mind. 


Southeast Missouri State University

The Touring Series at Southeast Missouri State University’s River Campus has dazzled audiences since 2007 with shows and events by big-name performers like the Moscow Festival Ballet, Columbia Artists Management, and last month the musical “Evita.” But this fall the series is coming to an end and will be replaced by a new program.


The Touring Series plans to end in the 2019 -2020 academic year.


Southeast Missouri State University

The Paper Doll Militia is an international theatre company who has earned the reputation of being pioneers in original circus theater. Based in Edinburgh and Los Angeles, the aerial dancers incorporate acrobatic work and storytelling in each theatrically driven performance.

They'll be performing at the River Campus this Friday as part their most recent tour, 'Warped.' It will be one of their first visits to the Midwest.