Performing Arts and Cultural Enrichment

Cabaret

Cultural enrichment is a vital part of every person’s education and a key facet of IRSC's Mission and Goals.  In support of this, students are provided with many cultural activities at Indian River State College. Performing and Visual Arts students participate in the production of plays and musicals many times each year in the McAlpin Fine Arts Center, a professional quality 620 seat theatre, and the Wynne Black Box, a versatile venue that seats 75-100 patrons.

IRSC students have presented such notable musicals as "Chicago", "Ragtime", "Anything Goes", "Fiddler on the Roof", and dramas including "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof", and "Of Mice and Men". Other student performance groups include the song and dance troupe “Company,” the Jazz Band, Wind Ensemble, College Chorale, Theatre Program, and Theatre Touring Group.

Mexican DancersIn addition, each November, Indian River State College dedicates a week to International Education activities including, a Parade of Nation, music and dance performances, an international photo competition, a global economics panel and highlights of the many Study Abroad programs available for the educational and cultural enrichment of our students.