M. Scott Tatum (B.F.A. Theatre Studies, 2004) is working to change outdated methods of educating students in his role at Booker T. Washington High School for Performing and Visual Arts in Dallas.
Learn about security refinements and protocols for the fall semester.
Faculty members Andrew Carlson and Charlotte Canning examine Shakespeare's timeless influence on the global stage and what it says about America.
Mark-Anthony Zuniga was recognized for his work by Academic Counselor's Association.
Dr. Charlotte Canning has been awarded NYU's Joe A. Callaway prize for On the Performance Front: US Theatre and Internationalism.
Andrew Carlson has been chosen to receive the prestigious 2016 Regents' Outstanding Teaching Award from The University of Texas System Board of Regents.
Originally from Naranjito, Puerto Rico, Performance as Public Practice graduate student Verónica Rivera-Negrón is spending the summer at a fellowship at the Smithsonian National Museum of American Histor
Dr. Charlotte Canning's book, On the Performance Front: Internationalism and US Theatre, discusses internationalism in theatre and its ability to connect cultures.
Faculty member Dr. Megan Alrutz received the Theatre for Young Audiences/USA 2016 Harold Oak Award for her exemplary contributions to children's theatre.
United States Institute for Theatre Technology's spotlight is on faculty member William Bloodgood, scenic designer, former resident scenic designer at Oregon Shakespeare Festival and a freelance designer.
Department of Theatre and Dance Ph.D. candidate Bart Pitchford discusses how creating theatre in Jordan brings a sense of community and closure to refugees from Syria.
A statement from College of Fine Arts Dean Doug Dempster regarding improved security in and around the facilities of the College of Fine Arts.
A reflection of the power and impact of Dr. Alrutz's work, the award underscores the belief that education involves positive change for society.
Professor Charles O. Anderson sits down with Arts + Culture Editor Nancy Wozny to share his personal story in dance, life and art.
Professor Steven Dietz received a citation of the 2015 Harold and Mimi Steinberg/American Theatre Critics Association New Play Award for his play Bloomsday.
Faculty member and managing director of the Oscar G. Brockett Center for Theatre History and Criticism, Andrew Carlson, will discuss the differences between folio and quarto texts' influence on Shakespearean performance.
In addition to law enforcement agencies stepping up patrols across campus, the college is implementing some new policies and services to improve student safety.
Dorothy O'Shea Overbey discusses gyrokinesis, or "yoga for dancers" which is a form of therapy that utilizes a series of fluid movements geared toward working the joints and muscles.
In her distinguished role, Habeck will help advance the mission of the university through initiatives that promote the best practices in teaching and learning.