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Edelnant--Jay A. (Theatre Faculty)

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101 UNI Summer Commencement set for Friday (July 31) in the UNI-Dome
Public Relations News Release 1987:438, p.1
7/23/1987 DeAnn Marie Huinker delivers the commencement speech in the UNI-Dome. Professor Patricia Geadelmann and Jay Edelnant present awards and honors to Pamela Heinmeyer and Adrian Talbot. James Martin presided over the ceremonies.
102 UNI to graduate nearly 1,200 in exercises May 16
Public Relations News Release 1987:368, p.1
5/12/1987 Elizabeth Ruth Bingham conducts the student address in the spring commencement ceremonies, where Professor William Lang is awarded a doctor of humane letters degree. President Curris presided over the ceremonies, with the Wind Quintet providing music.
103 400 of Iowa's top speech students to be honored at UNI Monday (April 13)
Public Relations News Release 1987:314, p.1
4/9/1987 Four-hundred high school students performed in acting, public speaking, and poetry interpretation at the Iowa High School Association's Individual Events All-State Festival. University faculty served as critics, with the each event hosted on campus.
104 Regents approve improvements
Bingham--Elizabeth (Class of 1915)
Northern Iowan 83:40, p.5
2/24/1987 Will renovate Redeker plaza; recommends funding for boiler; John Ketter will retire; Rollin Evers will resign; approve appointment of Lowell Norland; approve phased retirement for five faculty; approve PDLs; photo.
105 Vice President Bush will be invited as graduation speaker
Bingham--Elizabeth (Class of 1915)
Northern Iowan 83:40, p.1
2/24/1987 Commencement Committee considers possible controversy.
106 UNI theatre student Martha Kelly is 1986 UNI-Civic Performing Arts Award Recipient
Public Relations News Release 1986:417, p.1
5/8/1986 The theatre/acting major was selected by the Association's Board of Directors; she was lauded for her creativity as an actress, her excellent academic record and the promise she shows of a career in performance; she has the highest GPA of theatre majors.
107 Teaching dramatic criticism in the H.S. classroom co-sponsored by UNI May 14
Public Relations News Release 1986:410, p.1
5/6/1986 The three-hour seminar is aimed at teachers of theatre, English/language arts, gifted education, and other interested persons.
108 UNI to graduate nearly 1,200 in exercises May 10
Public Relations News Release 1986:399, p.1
4/30/1986 The graduates include both undergraduate and graduate students; Fleming will give the address; Iseminger is seventy-two years old; members of the alumni class of 1936 will be honored.
109 368 of Iowa's top speech students to be honored at UNI Monday (April 14)
Public Relations News Release 1986:352, p.1
4/8/1986 About one thousand two hundred Iowa high students will come watch their peers be honored by the Iowa High School Speech Association Individual Events All-State Festival; this year's group is the largest ever since the event started eight years ago.
110 Members of the Communication and Theatre Arts faculty . . . .
Northern Iowa Today 14:2, p.4
3/1/1986 Faculty present papers, participate on panels, perform committee work.
111 Theater group invited to New York but 'no travel money' interferes
Wheeler--Rebecca (Class of 1987; English Faculty)
Northern Iowan 82:32, p.7
2/4/1986 UNISA hears requests for funding from student organizations.
112 UNI communication and theatre arts faculty participate in national convention
Public Relations News Release 1985:156, p.1
11/22/1985 Eight communication and theatre faculty members traveled to the Speech Communication Association National Convention in Denver.
113 NUSH Teacher, A UNI Grad, Honored by Iowa Communication Association
Public Relations News Release 1985:54, p.1
9/27/1985 Michael Peitz received the Distinguished Alumnus award for all of his hard work in teaching speech and drama, getting his bachelor's and master's degrees, and leadership.
114 Reader's theatre festival at UNI
Northern Iowan 81:38, p.9
2/26/1985 Sixty are expected to attend.
115 'Agnes of God' is rescheduled
Northern Iowan 81:33, p.17
2/8/1985 Actress is ill so performance is moved back one week.
Northern Iowan 80:45, p.5
3/23/1984 Budget passes after considerable debate.
117 Students get chance to work with director
Northern Iowan 80:34, p.12
2/7/1984 Peter Amster will be artist-in-residence; photo.
118 Theater course offered
Northern Iowan 80:30, p.13
1/24/1984 Jay Edelnant will host three-part course.
119 Grants received, requested
Porter--Patty (Class of 1985)
Northern Iowan 80:15, p.7
10/21/1983 Brief description of recent grants.
120 Iowa Shakespeare festival
UNI Century 11:2, p.1
3/1/1983 Plans for first festival shaping up.
121 Mary Kay's--a perfect place for "red hot" lovers at UNI
Northern Iowan 79:38, p.9
2/25/1983 Mary Kay Shepek talks about her new restaurant on the Hill; photo.
122 The "staging" of Shakespeare
Cashman--Teresa K. (Class of 1986)
Northern Iowan 79:37, p.12
2/22/1983 Ming Cho Lee designs stage for Shakespeare productions.
123 Mikado to open season
Northern Iowan 79:5, p.14
9/14/1982 A look at the 1982-1983 Theatre UNI/Lyric Theatre season.
124 UNI and local community join in praise of James Hearst
Northern Iowan 78:22, p.12
11/20/1981 Detailed look at upcoming tribute.
125 Theatre director hired
Northern Iowan 78:13, p.6
10/13/1981 Jay Edelnant has been appointed acting director of theatre. He is replacing D. Terry Williams who left UNI to join the faculty at Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo.
126 Oral interpretation teachers to meet at UNI
Public Relations News Release 1980:66, p.1
9/12/1980 Teachers from across the state will meet to share ideas and talk about problems related to teaching Oral Interpretation.
127 Faculty aids Conference
Northern Iowan 76:50, p.8
4/18/1980 Members of UNI's Speech/Theatre faculty participated at a conference held in Omaha, Nebraska.
128 Interpreter's Theatre--using the imagination
UNI Century 7:2, p.3
3/1/1979 Description of program; photo.
129 "Abbess of Crewe" depicts recent novel; opens April 21
Northern Iowan 72:51, p.6
4/13/1976 Jay Edelnant talks about the upcoming production.
130 Edelnant casts Abbess of Crewe
Davies--Nancy (Student--1975-1976)
Northern Iowan 72:46, p.3
3/26/1976 List of cast members.
131 "Crewe" auditions
Northern Iowan 72:33, p.5
1/30/1976 Professor Edelnant will hold auditions for "The Abbess of Crewe".
132 Words and Voices
Northern Iowan 72:21, p.8
11/11/1975 Professor Edelnant will provide an introduction to Nabokov.
133 Words and Voices
Northern Iowan 71:49, p.8
4/15/1975 Professor Edelnant will present demonstration.
134 Words and Voices
Northern Iowan 71:38, p.8
2/18/1975 Will perform Knotts by R. D. Laing.
135 Words and Voices
Northern Iowan 71:11, p.12
10/8/1974 Jay Edelnant will read.
136 Words and Voices
Northern Iowan 70:39, p.10
3/8/1974 Professor Edelnant will read from Borges.
137 UNI Union displays Motherwell art
Northern Iowan 70:37, p.6
3/1/1974 Several events scheduled in connection with exhibit.
138 Words and Voices
Northern Iowan 70:31, p.4
2/8/1974 Will feature work by Borges.
139 Hold auditions
Northern Iowan 70:20, p.7
11/20/1973 Professor Edelnant casting for Reader's Theatre production.
140 "Decameron" is Readers Theatre choice
Northern Iowan 69:35, p.9
2/23/1973 Play preview.
141 Cast for "Catch 22" announced
Northern Iowan 68:46, p.8
4/14/1972 Jay Edelnant announces list of cast members.
142 Auditions begin for "Catch-22"
Northern Iowan 68:38, p.7
3/7/1972 Jay Edelnant had adapted novel for Reader's Theatre presentation.
143 Speech Department presents works by O'Connor, Vonnegut, Lennon
Northern Iowan 68:16, p.5
11/9/1971 Cast for presentations.
144 UNI Words and Voices
Public Relations News Release 1972:80, p.1
10/15/1971 "Rommel Drives on Deep Into Egypt" is the subject of the new Words and Voice program scheduled for 4 p.m. Oct. 19 in the UNI Union Ambassador Room.
145 Words and Voices
Northern Iowan 68:9, p.8
10/15/1971 Jay Edelnant will read from Brautigan's work.
146 Words and Voices Program
Public Relations News Release 1972:23, p.1
9/17/1971 The department of speech will host the first "Words and Voices" program of the 1971-72 academic year on Sept. 21 in the Union.


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