Looking to fill your evening after an exciting day at NCUR? Hungry for easy on-campus dining at the award-winning Commons Dining Hall? Want to attend a rollicking night of improv, storytelling, and musical theatre on campus while at NCUR? The Department of Theatre and Performance Studies is serving up dinner and a show(case), Intersections of American Identity. Tickets are $9. The Commons Dining Hall (540 Parliament Gardens Way) will open from 5-7pm for dinner and then walk over to the Stillwell Theatre (471 Bartow Ave) at 7pm for the show.

Have other dining options but still want to enjoy the show? Reserve a ticket online and bring it to the performance to get in. 

*Reserved online ticket required to get into the Commons and the show.

Intersections of American Identity

The Kennesaw State University Department of Theatre and Performance Studies (TPS) presents Intersections of American Identity, an incredible night of dinner and performance that showcases why our students are the artists and makers of the future. Via rousing performance selections from the Tony Award winning musical Ragtime, our spirited Teller’s storytelling ensemble, and our lively comedy improv troupe KISS, Intersections of American Identity asks the question: What does it mean to be American at the turn of the 21st century?