Professor Joan Lazarus Honored with National Award

A teacher, artist, researcher and writer, Professor Joan Lazarus is dedicated to engaging young people and their teachers through work in theatre and education. This month, the American Alliance for Theatre and Education (AATE) is recognizing Lazarus’ work by awarding her the Campton Bell Lifetime Achievement Award. The prestigious accolade celebrates individuals for their significant contributions to the fields of theatre and education.

Wednesday, August 8, 2012

Behind the Scenes with Alumnus Rodney Gordon

If you’ve attended a Broadway performance, then you’ve likely seen the work of alumnus Rodney Gordon.

Friday, July 20, 2012

UT Faculty Supports Revival of Wilson/Glass Masterpiece

Professor Charles Otte is the staging associate for the revival of Robert Wilson’s Einstein on the Beach, an unconventional opera recognized by many as “one of the truly pivotal artworks of our time” (Newsweek).

Friday, July 20, 2012

Pamela Ribon’s (BFA ’97) latest novel hits the shelves (and e-readers)

Best-selling novelist and Theatre and Dance alumnus Pamela Ribon’s fourth novel, You Take It From Here, hit the shelves this month to critical praise.

Thursday, July 19, 2012

Catching up with Ted Gregory (MFA ‘00)

Ted Gregory (MFA in Directing, 2000) is making his mark across the globe. A director and Fulbright Scholar to Panamá, Gregory is the creator of an intercultural project entitled ELATE (Educational Latin American Theatre Exchange).

Wednesday, July 18, 2012