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Broadway Designer Visits Campus Today
Christine Jones, a Tony Award-winning scenic designer and artistic director of Theatre For One, will be visiting the Department of Theatre for the next two days.
Global Campus and UA Theatre to Host Open House, Tours and Demos April 26
The public event on the downtown Fayetteville square shows how the two U of A units transform lives, both on stage and behind the scenes.
M.F.A. Theatre Student New Play Wins Multiple Awards From the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival
Austin Dean Ashford's new play, (I)sland T(rap), a hip-hop riff about Black Ulysses on an Odyssey of self-discovery, won several awards with excerpts being performed at the Kennedy Center.
Theatre for One Is Coming to Northwest Arkansas
Theatre for One is a mobile state-of-the-art performance space for one actor and one audience member. Performances last 3-5 minutes.
Music and Theatre Team Up to Produce Award-Winning Musical
The Departments of Theatre and Music will present the musical Man of La Mancha April 5-8 at University Theatre.
New Adaptation of a Classic Spanish Drama Opens at University Theatre
Life is a Dream, a whimsical tale of strangers grappling with family turmoil, opens Friday, Feb. 16 at the University Theatre in the Fine Arts Center on campus.
Master Classes With 'Theatre For One' Playwright Emily Schwend on Feb. 8
Emily Schwend, a veteran Theatre For One playwright, to teach two master classes Thursday for writers interested in exploring how to develop short plays for this unique and intimate form.
In 'Dear Elizabeth' Theatre Alumni Bring Poetry to Life
A staged reading of Dear Elizabeth by Sarah Ruhl is co-directed by Department of Theatre alumna Laura Shatkus and Debra Capps, and features alumni Justin Scheuer and Virginia Scheuer.
Department of Theatre M.F.A. Candidate Brings 'Butcher Holler Here We Come' to Fayetteville
Butcher Holler Here We Come features Department of Theatre student, Cole Wimpee, and several New York-based actors who will be performing the show for three nights only in Fayetteville.
U of A Athletes Learn Alexander Technique in Department of Theatre Course
Offered by the Department of Theatre in Fulbright College, the Alexander Technique course helps students unlearn harmful habits and free their bodies to move more comfortably.