Professor Charles O. Anderson sits down with Arts + Culture Editor Nancy Wozny to share his personal story in dance, life and art.
Professor Steven Dietz received a citation of the 2015 Harold and Mimi Steinberg/American Theatre Critics Association New Play Award for his play Bloomsday.
Faculty member and managing director of the Oscar G. Brockett Center for Theatre History and Criticism, Andrew Carlson, will discuss the differences between folio and quarto texts' influence on Shakespearean performance.
In addition to law enforcement agencies stepping up patrols across campus, the college is implementing some new policies and services to improve student safety.
Dorothy O'Shea Overbey discusses gyrokinesis, or "yoga for dancers" which is a form of therapy that utilizes a series of fluid movements geared toward working the joints and muscles.
In her distinguished role, Habeck will help advance the mission of the university through initiatives that promote the best practices in teaching and learning.
His play Bloomsday is one of six finalists for the Harold and Mimi Steinberg/American Theatre Critics Association New Play Award, the largest award program of its kind.
Faculty member Lyn Koenning discusses the ways in which millennials are helping to shape and support the future of live performance on the American stage.
Dance faculty member Magdalena Jarkowiec presents Us Kids Are Alone in the House at Salvage Vanguard Theatre featuring works of soft sculpture and dance.
The festival, running February 25-27, features work by Professor Roxanne Schroeder-Arce and undergraduate student Andrew A. Valdez.
Playwrighting faculty member and co-founder of Rude Mechs theatre collective, Kirk Lynn "fixes" Shakespeare's least-performed plays.
The College of Fine Arts will host founding President and Executive Director of Creative Capital Foundation, Ruby Lerner, for programs discussing arts management this February.
A professor emeritus of theatre history, Brokaw served the department from 1963-2001.
M.F.A. candidate Andrew Carson's thesis explored ways theatrical lighting can match passengers circadian rhythms in order to reduce the feeling of jet-jag.
The Greek tragedy Medea slashes across the stage with the revenge of a woman scorned, starring nationally-acclaimed actress in the title role. Opens Feb. 17.
Susan Zeder's play When She Had Wings (Imagination Stage, Maryland) received three Helen Hayes Award nominations for choreography, sound design and Outstanding Production, Theatre for Young Audiences.
Veteran and Department of Theatre and Dance Ph.D. candidate Bart Pitchford is exploring how refugees in Zaatari Refugee Camp (Jordan) use performance to re-imagine citizenship and community.
Playwrights Kirk Lynn, Martín Zimmerman and Joanna Garner set to workshop new plays as part of the inaugural groundswell playwrights conference (GPC).