Jeff Barker, professor emeritus of theatre at Northwestern College, has completed his third book about a Sioux Center woman who spent 33 years as a missionary nurse in Africa.
Dr. John Vonder Bruegge is one of 17 teacher-scholars awarded a Vital Worship Grant for 2021–22 by the Calvin Institute of Christian Worship.
Northwestern College will award an honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degree to Arlene Schuiteman of Sioux Center, a missionary nurse who served more than 30 years in Africa, on July 18.
Northwestern College theatre professor Jeff Barker has published his fourth book, “Performing the Plays of the Bible: Seven Ancient Scripts and Our Journey to Return Them to the Stage.”
Northwestern College theatre students and productions received recognition at the Region Five Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival in Sioux Falls Jan. 19–25.
The musical “Bright Star” will be on stage at Northwestern College Feb. 15 and 20–22 in the England Theatre.
Arlene Schuiteman, a 95-year-old former missionary nurse, and Jeff Barker, Northwestern theatre professor, have collaborated to produce the second volume in a series about Schuiteman’s life: “Iowa Ethiopia.”
Northwestern’s theatre department will present “Jonah and the Giant Fish” Sept. 27-28.
Julianne and Kristofferson Get Back Together,” a play by Northwestern College junior Alexander Lowry, has been selected by playwright Colette Mazunik for performance during the college’s 24th annual World Premiere Festival.
Comedy “Noises Off” by Michael Frayn will be presented in the Northwestern College Allen Theatre March 29 and April 4–6 at 7:30 p.m. and Saturday, March 30, at 2 and 7:30 p.m.