Alumna Kimberly Belflower's (M.F.A. 2017) play John Proctor is the Villain was selected as one of 33 new plays on the 2019 Kilroys List, which includes un-produced and underproduced plays by women, trans and non-binary authors. Titles are selected by nomination through the New Play Exchange.
Recent alumnus Andrew G. Rodriguez (B.F.A. 2019) joins the Professional Training Company at Actors Theatre of Louisville. This program guides talented and motivated early-career theatre professionals to undertake a nine-month long training program that combines practical experience with professional development opportunities.
Alum Travis Tate (M.F.A., 2018) is one of five playwrights selected for the 2018-2019 5X5 Drama Series produced by Theatre East this June.
Andrew Aaron Valdez (B.F.A., 2017) is one of twelve inaugural recipients of the Arts & Culture Leaders of Color Fellowship awarded by Americans for the Arts, The Joyce Foundation and the American Express Foundation. The ACLC Fellowship is a one-year professional development program for emerging and mid-career arts leaders of color across arts disciplines in the Great Lakes region that aims to be a model for systemic national arts leadership change.
UTeach Theatre major Andrew Rodriguez gets the spotlight in the UT News series Into the World, Class of 2019.
An information affiliation of local arts critics have recognized the year's most exceptional achievements in dance, classical music, visual arts and theatre. The Department of Theatre and Dance productions, students, faculty, alumni and friends are well represented on this year's list of nominations, including three nominations for Dance Repertory Theatre's Fortitude (2019), three nominations for the fall 2018 production of Matawan and two nominations for the fall 2018 production of The Merchant of Venice.
Andrew Aaron Valdez (B.F.A., 2017) has been named one of Cleveland Public Theatre's 2019/2020 Premiere Fellows. The Fellowship includes a cash award, with additional funds available for projects, professional development and access to space, equipment and other assets.
Toni Bravo (M.A., 1987) is one of four inductees to be recognized at the Austin Critics Table's annual awards ceremony on Monday, June 3.
Texas Theatre and Dance is pleased to present the 2019/2020 Subscription Series, featuring a reimagining of Shakespeare's Ophelia, a punk rock musical for a new generation, Jane Austen's classic tale of good sense and emotional sensibility, captivating new choreography and the stunning conclusion of Tarell Alvin McCraney's award-winning trilogy.
Assistant Professor of Instruction and UTeach Theatre faculty member Michael Avila is now the Treasurer-elect of the Texas Education Theatre Association.
Vibrant, hilarious and tender, Hannah Kenah’s Three Shitty Sons is a contemporary theatrical valentine sent to one of the greatest American plays of the 20th century.
In this spring concert, a profound and moving tribute to a missing member of the Theatre and Dance Department community.
Associate Professor KJ Sanchez will direct playwright Octavio Solis's Quixote Nuevo for Hartford Stage's 2019/2020 season in a co-production with Boston’s Huntington Theatre Company and Houston’s Alley Theatre.
UTeach Dance student Isaac Iskra writes about succeeding as a dancer and choreographer with high-functioning autism in Dance Magazine.
Arts Next profiles the sustainable design work of M.F.A. in Design and Technology candidate Aaron Kubacak and Roxanne Rohmann (B.A., 2015) on the masks for Mr. Burns, a post-electric play last semester.
Arts Next, the official magazine of the College of Fine Arts, profiles Associate Professor and Head of Dance Charles O. Anderson and exciting developments in the program here at Texas Theatre and Dance.
Beloved alumna Rebecca Ashley Walach passed away February 19, 2019. A 2015 B.A. in Theatre and Dance graduate, Walach was a passionate actor and artist involved in theatre companies in both Austin and California. A talented artist and fierce friend, her light and spirit will be greatly missed.
Senior Lecturer Rennie Harris discusses his new work Lazarus, commissioned for the sixtieth anniversary of Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, with Michel Martin for NPR's All Things Considered.
Associate Professor KJ Sanchez's recent production of Cincinnati King at Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, an exploration of the history of King Records, is featured on CET Public Television's The Art Show.