The series begins January 18 with Toros by Tejera (M.F.A., Playwriting, 2020), directed by David Mendizábal. Toros follows three international late-20-year-olds (and one dying golden retriever) as they hang out and more in a garage in Madrid as they try to sort out their lives.
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Renae Simone Jarrett (M.F.A., Theatre, 2021) is among Clubbed Thumb's 2021-2022 Early-Career Writers' Group
Roberto Di Donato (B.A., Drama, 2016) named founding Managing Director of the Latiné Musical Theatre Lab in NYC
The Christopher Hill Gallery, an established contemporary fine art gallery in St. Helena, CA at in the heart of the Napa Valley, will host Clair's (B.F.A., Studio Art, 1993) paintings.
Alumni Ariel René Jackson (M.F.A, Studio Art, 2019) and Michael J. Love (M.F.A, Theatre, 2020) Black futurist family archive exhibition reviewed by Sightlines
After graduation, Lopez (B.F.A., Theatre Studies, 2021) applied to Bellaire to teach drama, where he teaches well over a combined one hundred students in all periods except second.
Akers (M.F.A., Drama, 1983) is also a member of UTeach Fine Arts Advisory Committee and the artistic director of Plano Children's Theatre.
Ebling (B.A., Theatre and Dance, 2011) joins the Tony and Grammy-winning musical, which will play cities across the US including, but not limited to, Washington, D.C., Boston, Chicago, Philadelphia, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Denver and Austin.
Rudy Ramirez recently directed REWRITTEN: A LOVE STORY LOST, a site-specific piece conceived and co-created by alum Tom Truss
Staged at Herman Melville's Arrowhead in Massachusetts, Ramirez's (M.A., Performance as Public Practice, 2012) production utilized movement and written text to investigate the deep and possibly romantic relationship between writers Herman Melville and Nathaniel Hawthorn, portrayed by Truss (M.F.A., Acting, 2010).