Kent, OH – The School of Theatre and Dance at Kent State University opens its 2016-2017 season with a concert version of “The Cradle Will Rock,” the legendary 1937 play in music by Marc Bltizstein. The production is a collaboration with The Musical Theater Project and will be performed Sun., Sept. 25 at 2 p.m. in E. Turner Stump Theatre, located in the Center for the Performing Arts, 1325 Theatre Drive, Kent, OH 44242.
Kent, OH – The School of Theatre and Dance is pleased to welcome Gregory King to the faculty as Assistant Professor of Dance beginning in Fall 2016. A professional dancer, choreographer, educator and writer, King brings a prestigious record of training, performance and choreography to Kent State.
Kent, OH – The School of Theatre and Dance is pleased to welcome Kerry Jo Bauer to the faculty as Assistant Professor of Costume Technology beginning in Fall 2016. Previously, Bauer was an adjunct faculty member with the School of Theatre and Dance as well as the school's cutter and draper.
Kent, OH – The School of Theatre and Dance welcomes MamLuft&Co to Kent State Sept. 9-12. The dance company, founded by Cincinnati-based dancer Jeanne Mam-Luft, is the 2016-2017 Armstrong Family Visiting Artist and will set a piece of choreogrpahy on the Kent Dance Ensemble as well as teach a master class with dance students.
Kent, OH – The School of Theatre and Dance at Kent State University continues its 2016-2017 season with “Irena’s Vow,” a drama by Dan Gordon that is based on the life of Irena Gut Opdyke. The production runs Fri., Oct. 14 through Sun., Oct. 23 in Wright-Curtis Theatre, located in the Center for the Performing Arts, 1325 Theatre Drive, Kent, OH 44242.
Kent, OH – The School of Theatre and Dance at Kent State University announces its 2016-2017 season, including a play based on a true story of remarkable courage, Shakespeare and Sondheim classics, and concerts highlighting faculty and student choreography.
Two Kent State School of Theatre and Dance faculty members and one graduate assistant represented Kent State on the global stage this August. Assistant Professor Amy Fritsche, Assistant Professor Courtney Brown, and graduate student Jess Tanner traveled to England and Scotland for the world premiere of "Best Intentions," a new play written by Catie O'Keefe and produced by the Shark Eat Muffin Theatre Company.
Spend the day at Kent State's School of Theatre and Dance and discover how you can study theatre in college. Attendees will participate in classes and sessions on theatre performance and production including musical theatre, acting, and design and technology.