Jess Gill '16 manages the big picture at Lincoln Center
On the Lincoln Center home page, there’s a design of a wheel with Lincoln Center as the middle, and 10 organizations radiating out as spokes.
HFA Faculty Networking Initiative Creates Meaningful Connections Between New Faculty and Distinguished Mentors
Wednesday, May 17, 2023
Marissa Chibás and Elisa Gonzales...
Katrina Lewonczyk '10 helps Long Wharf move to a new theater model
Wednesday, November 16, 2022
In Feb. 2022, in the wake of the twin upheavals of COVID and the Black Lives Matter protests, and with new artistic director Jacob G. Padrón at the helm, the Board of Directors of New Haven’s Long...
Passing the torch: Silverthorne Theater Company moves into a new era
Monday, March 21, 2022
From one UMass alum to another: After eight years and the satisfaction of creating a theater company known for presenting high-quality work to the Upper Pioneer Valley and for paying its...
Midori (Harris) MacLean '05 Remembers the Renaissance Center's Arthur Kinney
Thursday, February 24, 2022
We were very saddened to learn of the passing of Professor Arthur Kinney, a good friend of the Theater department and one of the more delightful, brilliant, and indefatigably productive professors...
Lily Kaufman '12 brings a new Robin Hood to the stage
Tuesday, January 11, 2022
For the Arts Administration graduate program she’s enrolled in at Boston University, Lily Kaufman ‘12 had to assemble an imaginary Broadway musical production. ...
UMass alum Kathleen Doyle '92 uses her theater-making skills to raise awareness of climate change
Friday, November 19, 2021
The video is only a few seconds long, but it’s poignant: A life-size polar bear puppet, constructed of lacey white fabric that evokes snowflakes, shuffles into a New York city bodega. She finds the...