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Professor Rebecce Schneider

Extending a Hand: Lithic Liveness, Neoanimisms, and Agential Theatricality:

Professor Rebecca Schneider will speak in Chicago IL next week on, Extending a Hand: Lithic Liveness, Neoanimisms, and Agential Theatricality.

(Distributed February 5, 2015)

PRESS RELEASE: Brown Theatre Brings 1930s Romance to Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night

Twelfth Night; Or, What You Will:

Brown University Theatre is warming up the winter season with a new take on Shakespeare’s comedy, Twelfth Night; or What You Will. Set in the jazz-fueled era of the 1930s, this production will bring a sense of romantic whimsy and yearning to the costal region of Illyria. Comedic mistaken identity and subterfuge abound, as the party rages, the laughter flows, and the live jazz band plays on.

(Distributed February 4, 2015)

PRESS RELEASE: Brown Theatre Showcases New Writing for Performance

Writing Is Live 2015:

The Department of Theatre Arts and Performance Studies at Brown University proudly announces the sixth annual Writing is Live festival, a presentation of new writing for performance by writers in Brown’s graduate Playwriting M.F.A. program. Writing is Live 2015 runs February 6th through 8th at the Leeds Theatre on campus at Brown. Writing is Live celebrates the diversity and strength of new theatrical voices while simultaneously exploring the meaning of text in performance. The festival emphasizes the idea of what it means for writing to be Live.

(Distributed January 16, 2015)

NEW COURSE: Movement Theory - Choreography, Modernity, Subjectivity

Spring semester 2015 sees an exciting new class in the Department of Theatre Arts and Performance Studies.

Noémie Solomon, Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow in Dance Studies will teach Movement Theory: Choreography, Modernity, Subjectivity on Wednesdays from 1pm - 3:30pm.

(Distributed December 11, 2014)
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