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9:30 AM Nov 05, 2016

Join us Nov. 5 for USAO's sixth annual Family Day! Family Day offers us the chance to welcome you to campus and you the opportunity to spend time with your student as they share their college experience. 

Learn more and register online.

St. Louis Brass Quintet

7:30 PM Nov 08, 2016
Te Ata Auditorium

Founded in 1964, the Saint Louis Brass Quintet is one of America’s longest standing brass quintets. The group was originally formed by members of the St. Louis Symphony to play children’s concerts around the St. Louis area. Soon though, they had expanded to present full-length concerts funded by the National Endowment for the Arts, the Missouri Arts Council and the Mid-America Arts Alliance.

Graphic for the 2016 Droverthon, a dance marathon benefitting the Children's Miracle Network.

6:00 PM Feb 17, 2017

Join us Feb. 17, 2017 for DroverThon, a dance marathon to raise money for the Children's Miracle Network. The event will go from 6 p.m. to midnight in the USAO Fieldhouse.

Students, you can participate as an individual or grab a bunch of your friends and join as a team!

Learn more, register or donate

Barefoot in the park.

7:30 PM Feb 22, 2017
Te Ata Auditorium

Montana Repertory Theatre takes pride in producing plays from the great American canon that reveal the American character and hold a mirror to our mutual longings, dreams, defeats and victories. Join us as Montana Repertory Theatre celebrates its 50th anniversary by presenting the play that put Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Neil Simon on the map more than 50 years ago––Barefoot in the Park. Through comedy, Simon explores love, relationship, marriage and family––the pangs of loss and the joy of reunion.

The Texas Boys Choir.

7:30 PM Mar 21, 2017
Te Ata Auditorium

Since 1946, the Texas Boys Choir has been dedicated to fostering the talents of gifted young men. Texas Boys Choir follows the tradition of European church choirs, with boys beginning their vocal training at a young age and then continuing training through their voices’ changing. The choir draws heavily on the sacred tradition, performing many works from the early Renaissance and Baroque periods. Also included in most performances are American favorites and music of other cultures and countries.