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Illinois Shakespeare Society Fund provides financial assistance for operating expenses associated with the Illinois Shakespeare Festival.
The Illinois Shakespeare Society Endowment provides financial assistance for operating expenses associated with the Illinois Shakespeare Festival. The Illinois Shakespeare Society Endowment was established in 2000 and funded through gifts from individuals interested in supporting the Illinois Shakespeare Festival and program.
The School of Theatre and Dance General Fund supports the activities, programs and operations associated with the department.
The School of Theatre General Fund supports the activities, programs and operations associated with the department.
The origin of the name "Blackfriars" dates back to the 13th Century. They were bands of hooded monks who presented shows from portable stages. The name "Blackfriars" was adopted by the ISNU Chapter, Kappa Lambda, when it was founded in 1934. The purpose of this fraternity was to present annual, humorous stage productions of the highest ...
The Calvin MacLean Endowment Fund was established in 2006 by the Illinois Shakespeare Festival Society to honor Calvin A. MacLean, who served as the artistic director of the Illinois Shakespeare Festival from 1995-2006, and as head of directing at ISU for fifteen years. The expendable earnings support the Illinois Shakespeare Festival to fund ...
The Crossroads Fund was established in 2001 with an initial gift from Illinois Power Company and provides financial support for the Crossroads project. The Crossroads project encourages and explores performances and symposia that address the issues and experiences of underrepresented ethnic peoples in the United States and experiences of ...
The John Stevens Memorial Fund was established in 2005 in memory of John Stevens. The fund provides financial support for the Illinois Shakespeare Festival operations.
The Theatre Scholarship Fund was opened in 2000 as a general scholarship fund for students majoring in Theatre.