As the final curtain call has taken place, and Amélie comes to a close, we would like to take time and honor our Scenic Designer for this show, Robert Little. At the end of this year, Robert will be retiring, and the Theatre and Dance department will truly miss having him around. Robert has an MFA from Brandeis University and is a member of United Scenic Artists. Robert also … [Read more...] about Thank You, Robert Little.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IleaSBzxFrw "It puts a different perspective on it." That's how acting student Anna Surrell describes the way Climate Change Theatre Action (CCTA) — a global festival on sustainability — affected her thinking about the environment. According to the CCTA website, the festival is "a collaboration between the Center for Sustainable Practice … [Read more...] about Anna: performer, global citizen
Tragic mine explosions, marriage proposals gone wrong and an angel of redemption for the redemption-less. Revelations is this season's theme, and the theatre and dance department's fall 2016 lineup is ready to engage audiences with productions that feature vastly unique voices and storylines, each meant to reveal powerful truths through both devastation and jubilation. The … [Read more...] about Revelations through the human experience: How this fall season will set the truth free
Theatre and dance has rolled out its production schedule and this fall’s line-up packs a powerful punch—from the comedic look at what happens when nine women come together, to a musical about unexpected romance in the face of the Vietnam War, to the magic of fairies in a celebrated Shakespeare play. Tickets go on sale Aug. 17 and are available at campus box offices or … [Read more...] about Fall season tackles women, war and the whimsical
Alumnus Stephen Milosevich is celebrating this week with his fellow crew and cast of the Broadway musical "Fun Home." The production took home five Tony Awards June 7, including best musical. Milosevich graduated in 2011 with a BFA in theatre for design, technology and stage management. Milosevich started out as a production assistant during rehearsals. Since opening … [Read more...] about Alumnus talks about work on Tony-winning musical