Department of Theatre Arts
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Since 1930 the Department of Theatre Arts has provided an environment of academic exploration and production experiences in the innovative and collaborative tradition of theatre making throughout history. A broad knowledge of theater history and its literary heritage combines with the mastery of skills in performance and production leading to clear and nuanced expression from our stages.
Notable Alumni Include:
Faculty Info: Karin Simonson Kopischke, Kathy Privatt, Austin R. Rose, Aaron M. Sherkow, Timothy X. Troy.
Weidner Philharmonic Brass Musicians Join Together for November Concert Series
October 29, 2020
University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Music program's 6:30 Concert Series presents Brass Musicians of the Weidner Philharmonic streaming live Monday, Nov. 16, 2020 at 6:30 p.m. on the Weidner Center's YouTube channel.
VIDEO: Fox Cities Performing Arts Center Hosts Community Conversation Inspired By John Lewis
October 05, 2020
Moderated by Kimberly Barrett of Lawrence University, this discussion addresses the Good Trouble documentary, life and legacy of John Lewis and how our community can create positive change in trying times.
Door Shakespeare's 2020 Outdoor Season Canceled
May 13, 2020
Door Shakespeare's 2020 outdoor season is canceled, according to We Are Green Bay. This year's season was set to be the 25th anniversary celebration for the festival, with productions set from May to August.
Hawaii Children's Theatre Awards 2020 Ethan Shell Memorial College Scholarship for Performing Arts
April 22, 2020
According to TheGardenIsland.com, Hawaii Children's Theatre has awarded the 2020 Ethan Shell Memorial College Scholarship for Performing Arts to Emmanuella Marcil.
Artist Relief Tree (ART) Announces Phase II Of Global Grassroots Fundraiser For Artists Affected By COVID-19
March 22, 2020
Artist Relief Tree (ART), an online fundraiser supporting artists affected financially by COVID-19, announced today that it is beginning a second phase of fundraising toward US$1,000,000. Funds will be used to support artists of any discipline with a one-time 'solidarity' donation of US$250.
Podcast: LITTLE KNOWN FACTS with Ilana Levine and Dominic Fumusa
February 10, 2020
It's a special Valentine's Day edition of Little Known Facts. Recently podcast host and Broadway alum Ilana Levine was invited to do a live podcast event at Notre Dame University and she decided to interview her husband, actor Dominic Fumusa. Known for his starring role on television in Nurse Jackie opposite Edie Falco and his starring role on Broadway in Wait Until Dark- Dominic was a perfect fit on the Notre Dame campus because he began his college career a football player but acting quickly became his passion . In a theater filled with Notre Dame students Ilana and Dominic talked about falling in love with theater (and each other), auditions, how sports and acting go together and some other inspiring little known facts along the way.
San Francisco Gay Men's Chorus Has Announced First Season of Programming Featuring Alex Newell and More
February 06, 2020
On the heels of the San Francisco Gay Men's Chorus' [SFGMC] launch of the public phase of their capital campaign to support the National LGBTQ Center for the Arts, SFGMC Artistic Director Dr. Timothy Seelig and Executive Director Chris Verdugo announced today the first season of programming to take place at the Center.
Miller Theatre Will Presents a Composer Portrait of Dai Fujikura
February 06, 2020
The works of Dai Fujikura are performed with regularity by conductors such as Gustavo Dudamel and by some of the most acclaimed orchestras and ensembles in the world.
Houston Grand Opera Announces Cast Substitution
January 06, 2020
Houston Grand Opera (HGO) announces that mezzo-soprano Michaela Martens, scheduled to sing the role of Amneris in Verdi's Aida, recently withdrew from the production due to personal reasons. Renowned soprano Melody Moore, making her role debut as Amneris, sings the first three performances, while HGO Studio Alumna and mezzo-soprano Catherine Martin sings the final three performances. The production runs from Jan. 31 a?" Feb. 16, 2020 at the Wortham Theater Center.
SAXY CHRISTMAS with the Cyprus Saxophone Quartet
December 06, 2019
Four saxophones, four experiences, talented and well-known musicians on the stage of Technopolis 20, for a Christmas concert, on Tuesday, 17th of December 2019, at 8pm.
Music Institute's Contreras Partners on Latin American Cello Catalog
October 21, 2019
Dr. Horacio Contreras, a member of the Music Institute of Chicago's cello faculty, has partnered with cellist Dr. Germán Marcano and the Sphinx Organization to update a comprehensive resource: the Sphinx Catalog of Latin American Cello Works. Contreras and Marcano, internationally active cellists from Venezuela and recognized experts in Latin American cello repertoire, will continue to revise the work as the repertoire continues to grow.
Colorful Fiber Art By Michelle Drummond Comes to The Pompano Beach Cultural Center
October 15, 2019
The Pompano Beach Cultural Center presents Works by Michelle Drummond, an installation by a Jamaican mixed media artist who creates her work by manipulating multicolored yarn and acrylic paint on canvas. This colorful exhibition will be on view in the Pompano Beach Cultural Center through December 28, 2019. For more information, www.ccpompano.org.
Lakeshore Wind Ensemble Announces 2019-2020 Season
October 14, 2019
Members of the University of Wisconsin Green Bay, Manitowoc Campus Lakeshore Wind Ensemble (conductor Prof. Marc Sackman) and the Lakeshore Big Band, (Paul Sucherman, conductor) celebrate the 36th concert season of LWE, by sharing the stage with several guest artists throughout the season
Yokko Returns With EN
August 29, 2019
The visionary mind of performing artist, Yoshiko Usami (AKA Yokko), brings another far-reaching movement and dance piece to New York. EN, sponsored, in part, by the Greater New York Arts Development Fund of the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, administered by Brooklyn Arts Council, running September 13-15 at Brooklyn's Triskelion Arts, 106 Calyer Street in Brooklyn reflects the deep connections we achieve in our lives - intentionally and unintentionally - positive and negative - for just one moment or for our entire lives.
BWW Previews: 2019-2020 THEATER SCHEDULES at Appleton-Area Universities
August 24, 2019
Do you love seeing up-and-coming performers before they get their big breaks? Wish you had a way to see high-quality shows for a fraction of the price of professional productions? Then you're in luck! Appleton-area universities put on some awesome shows that you are unlikely to see touring any time soon. Here is what's coming up this season.