Pennsylvania State University
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University Park,PA 16802
Penn State Centre Stage is the professional arm of the Penn State School of Theatre and serves as the training program for young theatre professionals embarking in the entertainment industry. One of Centre Stage's unique attributes is that it combines professionals with theatre students from Penn State and other colleges and universities. Each production is produced from conception to completion at Penn State using skills mastered and taught by theatre faculty who have worked professionally in the business. And as a result, Penn State School of Theatre is one of the top ranked universities in the country for its Bachelor of Arts and Master of Fine Arts theatre programs.
Notable Alumni Include: Ryan Vona, Caroline Bowman, Matthew Hydzick, Carly Hughes
Christopher Rungoo Named Director of Human Resources at Signature Theatre
February 22, 2021
Christopher Rungoo has become the Director of Human Resources at Signature Theatre, the company announced today. Mr. Rungoo joined Signature Theatre on January 11. Chris served as the Director of Human Resources at the Vilcek Foundation for the last 10 years.
Chamber Music Northwest to Premiere CATALYST QUARTET: UNCOVERED
January 27, 2021
Chamber Music Northwest (CMNW) presents Catalyst Quartet: Uncovered for the next concert in the 2020-21 Season. Recorded at the Cleveland Institute of Music's Mixon Hall, the concert premieres Saturday, February 13 at 7 pm PT on CMNW.org, and can be streamed through Saturday, February 20.
Catalyst Quartet to Release UNCOVERED Vol. 1, Featuring The Works Of Samuel Coleridge-Taylor and More
January 12, 2021
The first of a multi-volume set, Volume 1 features the works of Samuel Coleridge-Taylor including his Quintet in G minor for Piano and Strings with pianist Stewart Goodyear, Fantasiestück, and Quintet in F sharp minor with clarinetist Anthony McGill.
Multi-Instrumentalist Howard Johnson Dies at 79
January 12, 2021
Howard Johnson, veteran jazz musician, tuba innovator and founding member of the Saturday Night Live band, died at home in New York on Jan. 11, 2021, following a long illness, according to his longtime partner, Nancy Olewine.
Photo Flash: A CHRISTMAS CAROL Extended at Open Stage!
December 18, 2020
Since the year 2000, Open Stage has produced A Christmas Carol, Charles Dickens most famous novel, and arguably the most famous redemption story in all of literature. It has consistently been the most produced adapted work in American theatre, and Open Stage celebrated the 20th anniversary production in December, 2019.
Museum Of Arts And Design Names Interim Director And Elects Two New Trustees To Board
October 22, 2020
The Museum of Arts and Design (MAD) announces the appointment of Terry Skoda as Interim Director, effective immediately, and the election of two new members to its Board of Trustees—art collector and entrepreneur Lorin Gu and art enthusiast and philanthropist Alexander Mason Hankin.
League Appoints Marlah Bonner-McDuffie As Vice President, Development
September 15, 2020
The League of American Orchestras has appointed Marlah Bonner-McDuffie to the position of Vice President, Development, League President and CEO Simon Woods announced today. The executive-level position provides overall leadership to all League development initiatives.
Steve H. Broadnax III Joins People's Light As Resident Director
September 09, 2020
Steve H. Broadnax III joins the artistic leadership of People's Light as Resident Director.
Beck Center For The Arts' Board Of Directors Announces Changes And Additions
July 30, 2020
Beck Center for the Arts has announced the appointment of two new board members, and the transition of two current members of the board.
Duluth Playhouse Has Announced New NorShor Theatre Artistic Director
January 20, 2020
The Duluth Playhouse and its Board of Directors have announced that Phillip Fazio will become the NorShor Theatre's next Artistic Director. Fazio will succeed Christine Gradl Seitz, who has served as both the Artistic and Executive Director for the organization for the past 20 years.
Television Academy Foundation Announces Nominees for 40th College Television Awards
December 11, 2019
The Television Academy Foundation today announced nominees for the 40th College Television Awards, which recognizes and rewards excellence in student-produced programs annually, as well as the recipient of the 2020 Loreen Arbus Focus on Disability Scholarship.
Genesis Presents AND YOU WANNA GO FOREVER As Part of Steppenwolf's Lookout Series
October 30, 2019
The devised performance and you wanna go forever will run on on December 5 -7 at 8:00pm, and December 8 at 3:30pm as part of Steppenwolf's Lookout Series in Steppenwolf's 1700 Theatre.
MATILDA Comes to FPAC
October 08, 2019
The Franklin Performing Arts Company (FPAC) will present Roald Dahl's Matilda the Musical choreographed by original Broadway cast member Clay Thomson and starring Broadway's Sam Zeller as Trunchbull October 19, 20, and 25-27 at THE BLACK BOX in downtown Franklin, MA.
Shea's Performing Arts Center Welcomes New Marketing Director
August 28, 2019
President of Shea's Performing Arts Center, Michael G. Murphy announces the appointment of Kevin S. Sweeney as Director of Marketing and Communications.
The Theatrical Sound Designers And Composers Association Announce Winners Of The Pat MacKay Diversity In Design Scholarships
August 27, 2019
To encourage diversity in the live event design community, TSDCA (tsdca.org), in partnership with LDI (ldishow.com) and USITT (www.usitt.org), is delighted to announce the sound design winners for the Pat MacKay Scholarships for undergraduate students.