The Cowley College Board of Trustees voted March 12 to proceed with adding an industrial kitchen...Read More
Tag: Cara Kem
The Cowley College Act One Drama Club held a benefit concert and silent auction on Jan. 20. The...Read More
Cowley College’s Visual and Performing Arts Department performed Disney’s and Cameron Mackintosh’s Mary Poppins, a musical based on the stories of P.L. Travers and the Walt Disney film, to large audiences Nov. 9-11 inside the...Read More
Mitch Hoover, a 2010 graduate of Cowley College, plans to take part in the New York City Marathon on Nov. 5 in order to raise money for the USO (United Service Organizations). After graduating from Cowley College, Hoover spent...Read More
ORLANDO, Fla. — Cowley College’s Act One Drama Club recently returned from a trip to Walt Disney World to enjoy the Disney Performance Workshops. “I already knew their shows were incredible, I knew the Disney College Program was...Read More
The Cowley College theater and music departments performed “Once Upon a Mattress” on Nov. 3-5 in the Robert Brown Theatre, marking the directorial debut of interim theater director Cara Kem. This spin on the familiar classic...Read More
A Cowley College trustee expressed concern Oct. 17 about how the college has been paying some of its bills in the past month. Sid Regnier said he was not supportive of using credit cards to pay bills because of the chance that...Read More
After spending the past two years as a dance instructor and choreographer at Cowley College, Cara Kem will transition into the role of interim theater director as the school prepares for the 2016-17 academic year. Kem had an...Read More
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