an old, yellow fire hose lays twisted and tangled on the ground

Score for 7 Solos Incorporates Students' Improvisational Movements

Wednesday, January 20, 2021   |  Visual Arts Center

The Department of Art and Art History's Visual Arts Center will feature an exhibit by Madeline Hollander that, through a collaboration with faculty member Erica Gionfriddo, will incorporate improvisational responses by a group of dance students. The exhibit, available from January 30-March 27, 2021, utilizes a selection of retired fire hoses as reminders of the environmental catastrophes we have witnessed.

man with purple pants, black hair and a beard dances in a studio space with sound and lighting equipment around him

Alum Michael J. Love Creates Studio and Livestream Performances

Friday, January 15, 2021   |  Sightlines

Left without a studio to rehearse in, Michael J. Love (M.F.A. 2020) took matters into his own hands, purchasing and creating his own rehearsal space. He now produces monthly performances in collaborations with various multi-disciplinary artists from The BEATBOX. 

actor performing as Hades on an outdoor stage, spotlighted in bright, warm light with cars and blue lighting in the background

Alumni and Faculty Featured in Texas Monthly's 2020 Theatre Recap

Friday, January 8, 2021   |  Texas Monthly

Texas Monthly recounts the awe-inspiring levels of creativity that allowed theatres across Texas, including our friends at Rude Mechs, The Vortex and Shrewd Productions, to continue presenting performance art during the pandemic, featuring work by faculty member Kirk Lynn and several alumni. 

four images of four playwrights: a woman with dark hair and earrings, a man with dark hair and a mustache, a bald man with a beard and a bald woman with dangling earrings

Isaac Gómez's Wally World Reviewed by The New York Times

Wednesday, December 30, 2020   |  The New York Times

Alumnus Isaac Gómez's play Wally World, presented by Steppenwolf Theatre Company, landed among a list of four audio-plays from across the nation reviewed by The New York Times. The production is still available through their Steppenwolf NOW virtual programming until August 31, 2021.

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