School of Theatre, Dance, and Performance Studies alumna Erica Philpot (B.A. Theatre Performance ’13) made her Lincoln Center debut this month in “Tales from the Silk Cotton Tree: Inner Sanctum.”
It takes a fearless group of committed theatre artists to redirect the course of women’s roles in their craft. Since joining the Big Ten Conference, UMD is now part of that revolution.
Our 2014-2015 Season will be announced July 15th.
We open in September with the NextNOW Fest, a four-day, curated series of fun, interactive, and participatory performances by NextNOW artists and creative innovators. You will discover the next big thing through artful, interactive and unexpected experiences. If you are on our mailing list, details will arrive in your mailbox after July 22.
Grad school happened.
Just like that.
If, of course, by “just like that” you mean like pushing a huge boulder up a monstrous mountain by leaning against it and trudging up the trail backwards so that you can never really see where you’re going and are never quite sure if and when you’ll reach the top.
You had no idea how much you needed everything that came before and you have no idea what will come next.
Audience members will explore the newly-renovated Dance Place with INSERT [ ] HERE, a site-specific contemporary dance event featuring three performers from the University of Maryland community. The performance features TDPS alumna Erin Crawley-Woods (MFA Dance ’14) and current student Lynne Price (MFA Dance Candidate), as well as senior violin performance major Alexa Cantalupo, who will provide live music. Costumes were designed by Aryna Petrashenko (MFA Costume Design ’14) and Stephanie Miracle (MFA Dance ’14) and stage management was by Annie Choudhury (BA Theater ’09).
The Clarice is partnering with the School of Public Health on a project that will train students to gather stories of celebrations and traditions at local barbershops which serve as health education venues, and transform them into art. The initiative was awarded funding by the “Moving Maryland Forward” grants from the university’s Office of Diversity and Inclusion.
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This blog post is by Emily Schweich, a sophomore Broadcast Journalism major.
For college students looking for their first taste of opera, Die Fledermaus has it all.
Die Fledermaus is a classic comedy, filled with mistaken and hidden identities, lovable pranksters and lots and lots of champagne. With German arias and spoken dialogue in English, it’s quick, witty and engaging for the audience.
Katie Baughman was a standout as Adele, Eisenstein’s chambermaid, who sneaks off to the party and pretends to be a distinguished lady. In “Mein Herr Marquis, ein Mann wie Sie,” she runs into Eisenstein at the party and mocks him for thinking she is his chambermaid. Her voice is agile, resonant and sparkly, perfect for Strauss.
Experience the ingenious work of UMD's School of Theatre, Dance, and Performance Studies (TDPS) Masters in Fine Arts Design students as they display their theatrical creativity in costume, lighting and scenic design.
These talented students are part of a degree program in which they work with an award-winning faculty of professional designers and intern at professional theatres in Washington, Baltimore and New York.
By Emily Schweich, a sophomore Broadcast Journalism major