Actors Theatre of Louisville announces the lineup for the 40th Humana Festival of New American Plays, including the premiere of This Random World by Steven Dietz.
Representatives from all three of the College of Fine Arts’ academic units collaborated with high schools and programs to encourage more students to pursue higher education in the fine arts.
Visit the Dean's Office to see the work of graduate students who work behind-the-scenes in the Department of Theatre and Dance's Design and Technology program.
Ahead of its spring staging at UTNT (UT New Theatre), Lydia Blaisdell's The Silent Woman recently won the Kentucky Women Writers Conference Prize for Women Playwrights.
Alumnus Andrew Hinderaker's (M.F.A. 2013) Colossal was featured in American Theatre Magazine's discussion of disabilities in the arts, focusing on theatres inclusion of actors with disabilities, not just for roles with cast defined as disabled, but for all roles.
The Austin Chronicle calls The Diary of Anne Frank "inspiring," "deeply moving" and "a must-see of the highest order."
Presenting the 2014-2015 nominees for the B. Iden Payne Awards featuring several nominations for Texas Theatre and Dance.
Opening October 8, The Diary of Anne Frank is the centerpiece for a two-day symposium, both which commemorate the 70th anniversary of the liberation of the concentration camps.
Theatre and Dance faculty member Francie Ostrower recently received a $3.5 million-dollar grant from The Wallace Foundation to study how performing arts organizations can develop approaches to attract new audiences.
Department of Theatre and Dance faculty, alumni and students are honored by American Alliance for Theatre and Education.
Award recognizes outstanding classroom performance and innovation in undergraduate instruction.
Acting professor Dr. Lucien Douglas discusses the business of acting, his distinguished career and his advice for actors with periodical, Backstage.
Dr. Charlotte Canning and Dr. Andrew Carlson are recipients of the 2015 Department of Theatre and Dance Teaching Excellence Awards.
2015 Commencement Address at The University of Texas at Austin College of Fine Arts: Hy Hetherington (B.F.A. 1996)
Local arts critics have recognized the year's best in theatre, dance, music and visual arts including several nominations for Theatre and Dance students and alumni.
Respected faculty member passes away following an extended illness.
The prestigious accolade recognizes Dawson’s contributions as an educator and scholar.
Ja'Michael Darnell (B.A. '14) plans to travel to Torino, Italy to study physical theatre at L'Atelier Teatro Fisico later this year.
Hy Hetherington (B.F.A. '96) returns to his alma mater to address the 2015 graduating class of the College of Fine Arts.