University of Kansas - Lawrence
Department of Theatre
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The Department of Theatre is a vibrant community in which faculty scholar/artists, students, and professional staff gather to study and create theatre. Our integrated approach to practice and research includes stagecraft, performance, design, dramatic literature, dramaturgy, and theatre pedagogy, as well as the historical, literary, and cultural basis of theatre and performance. The University Theatre, our laboratory for the teaching, artistic, and research missions of the Department, is a treasured cultural resource serving the needs of the KU, Lawrence, and regional communities.
Notable Alumni Include: Alexis Faught, Allie Thaman, Andrew Schum, Becky Phelps, Bree Herrington, Chaela Jeanelle Herron, Colin Montgomery Neukirch, Darian Bruch, Dominique Lorae Waller, Elsa Marie Bernauer, Emily Hunsucker, Emily Kendall Weiss, Gracie Horvat, Havilah (Maggie) Puderbaugh, Hollyanna Mathews, Jakob Reitz, Jenna Espinoza, Jessie Deaver, Jillian Tucci, Jordyn Manhart, Kylie Thompson, Lusie M. Cuskey, Malcolm Reynolds, Noah Parker, Timmia Hearn-Feldman, Tia Carpenter.
Faculty Info: Jane Barnette, Henry Bial, Tarrah Bossert, Ashley Brittingham, Dennis Christilles, Christine Colby Jacques, Rana Esfandiary, Darci Fulcher, Michelle Heffner Hayes, Laura Kirk, Paul Laird, Mechele Leon, James Moreno, Nicole Hodges Persley, Markus Potter, Mark Reaney, Rebecca Rovit, Santiago Sosa, Andie Stitt, Patrick Suzeau, Maya Tillman-Rayton, Kelly Vogel, Waeli Wang.
Step Afrika! Announces 2019-20 Season
October 03, 2019
Step Afrika!, the world's first professional dance company dedicated to the art of stepping, continues its 25th season with a newly commissioned work, international and national touring and performances throughout their hometown of Washington, D.C.
The Red Green Show Announces 'This Could Be It' Tour for 2019, Joins Heartland's Programming Lineup
September 05, 2018
Steve Smith, better known as Red Green, from the beloved Gemini Award-winning comedy series The Red Green Show, will be taking the show to the road in 2019 for his 'This Could Be It' tour. The name says it all: Potentially Red Green's last tour as he heads out on the road to hold 'Lodge Meetings' all over North America. This might be your last opportunity to catch Red live before he takes a long look at his birth certificate and decides not to keep pushing his luck.