Ouachita Baptist University
Department of Theatre Arts
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410 Ouachita St
Ouachita's theatre arts department provides the students with practical experience which is enhanced by classroom instruction. Through rehearsals and performance, students engage in the collaborative process and continue to develop their skills under faculty direction. Students interested in directing find opportunities to direct with faculty support and guidance. Design/tech students develop strong skills in the design/technical process in of each production. The committed faculty help students enhance their talents and prepare for their career goal. Ouachita's theatre mounts two main stage dramatic productions each academic year, one studio production, and an annual musical theatre production. An evening of one-acts, produced in the Spring semester, affords the senior level theatre art majors an opportunity to direct under the supervision and guidance of our faculty.
Notable Alumni Include: Shannon M. Duke
Faculty Info: Eric Phillips, Stephanie Faatz Murry, Matthew Murry, Kelsey Looney, Jennifer Maddox.
College Audition Prep Intensive and Weekend in North Texas Return This July and August
May 08, 2020
CAPI/CAPW in north Texas is an event where talented young high school performers come together with university faculty to prepare for the highly competitive college audition process. Students hone their audition skills with one-on-one feedback from faculty members who get an early look at upcoming talent.
Broadway's Ken Davenport and Rachel Hoffman join COLLEGE AUDITION PREP at Texas Woman's University
March 12, 2020
Texas Woman's University's College Audition Prep Program is back better than ever this year with two great options for high school musical theater and acting students: a new two week Intensive stay camp hosted by Texas Woman's University on their beautiful Denton, Texas campus OR a four day Weekend event packed with master classes, dance classes, mock auditions and college program overview presentations.
New York Classical Players Announces 2017-18 Season
May 23, 2018
Highlights of the upcoming season include a five-concert cycle of orchestra performances, a three-concert chamber series at the New York City Library for the Performing Arts, and a residency at Arkansas universities. Celebrated guest artists, including violinist Tessa Lark, pianist Rachel Kudo, bassoonist William Short, clarinetist Inn-Hyuck Cho, pianist HaeSun Paik, violinist Ken Hamao, and organist Joshua Stafford join the acclaimed players of NYCP for a season of extraordinary music-making.