In a recent article by The Austin Chronicle, choreographer and faculty member Gesel Mason shared more about the process of creating burst! with the goal of giving her students an outlet to wrestle with their current world and past experiences.
Gesel Mason discusses the process of transferring what she calls a “methodology of undoing” to a group of UT students for burst!, a piece that has grown into a process of discovery and observation; of holding space and acknowledging the messiness of our current moment.
Andrew G. Rodriguez (B.F.A. 2019) joins three other Latinx artists in a panel discussion about art, life and the complexities of both race and ethnicity within the Latinx community. Their conversation, hosted by New York Theatre Workshop, will be streamed on February 24, 2021.
Third-year M.F.A. in Design and Technology candidate Annie Ulrich has received the 2021 Barbara Matera Award for Costume Making. This award, selected by USITT from a pool of applicants across the nation, recognizes Ulrich's outstanding artistic and technical skills as a costume maker.