Opening October 8, The Diary of Anne Frank is the centerpiece for a two-day symposium, both which commemorate the 70th anniversary of the liberation of the concentration camps.
Theatre and Dance faculty member Francie Ostrower recently received a $3.5 million-dollar grant from The Wallace Foundation to study how performing arts organizations can develop approaches to attract new audiences.
Department of Theatre and Dance faculty, alumni and students are honored by American Alliance for Theatre and Education.
Award recognizes outstanding classroom performance and innovation in undergraduate instruction.
Acting professor Dr. Lucien Douglas discusses the business of acting, his distinguished career and his advice for actors with periodical, Backstage.
Dr. Charlotte Canning and Dr. Andrew Carlson are recipients of the 2015 Department of Theatre and Dance Teaching Excellence Awards.
2015 Commencement Address at The University of Texas at Austin College of Fine Arts: Hy Hetherington (B.F.A. 1996)
Local arts critics have recognized the year's best in theatre, dance, music and visual arts including several nominations for Theatre and Dance students and alumni.
Respected faculty member passes away following an extended illness.
The prestigious accolade recognizes Dawson’s contributions as an educator and scholar.
Ja'Michael Darnell (B.A. '14) plans to travel to Torino, Italy to study physical theatre at L'Atelier Teatro Fisico later this year.
Hy Hetherington (B.F.A. '96) returns to his alma mater to address the 2015 graduating class of the College of Fine Arts.
Entitled Steven Dietz: Four Plays for Family Audiences, the collection highlights four diverse works, including The Rememberer, Still Life with Iris, Honus & Me, and Jackie & Me.
Theatre and Dance graduate Tommy Tune (B.F.A. '61) will receive special recognition at this year's Tony Awards for achievement in theatre.
The award is granted to deserving faculty members actively engaged in the instruction of freshmen undergraduates.
Lisa D'Amour's (M.F.A. '96) Airline Highway and Milton highlight facets of American life and present on Broadway and across the country, including performances in the "Miltons."
The biennial event will showcase 38 original, student-produced works in five days on the university campus.
Collaboration provides the university the opportunity to extend the national conversation about theatre history.
George Brant's (M.F.A. 2008) play will show at the Public Theater featuring Academy Award winner Anne Hathaway and Tony Award winner Julie Taymor.