Miranda Friel '16 announced as recipient of 2016 Dorothy Stickney Theatre Arts Scholarship

The Department of Theatre Arts and Performance Studies is delighted to announce that concentrator Miranda Friel '16 is the 2016 winner of the Dorothy Stickney Theatre Arts Scholarship, on the basis of her qualifications, aspirations, and achievements in design.

She will be presented with a check sponsored by the Zonta Club of New York. The award is given in Miss Stickney's name to the most promising graduate of a college or university whose major interest and undergraduate work has been in theatre.

(Distributed May 4, 2016)

Indian Summer by Gregory S. Moss picked up by Playwrights Horizons

Indian Summer, written by Gregory S. Moss, will be produced at Playwrights Horizons this May.  The piece was first produced as part of the Brown/Trinity Playwrights Repertory summer season in 2014, directed by Kenneth Prestininzi.

Playwrights Horizons describes the play:

(Distributed May 4, 2016)

PRESS RELEASE: Writing is Live showcases third year thesis productions

Brown University Theatre presents two productions of new writing for performance this May, There Is No One Between You And Me by Dalia Taha ’16 MFA and Play: The Game –OR– Game: The Play by Rick Burkhardt ’16 MFA. The productions are written by final year students in the MFA Playwriting program in the Department of Theatre Arts and Performance Studies at Brown University as part of the year-round Writing is Live festival.


(Distributed April 20, 2016)

PRESS RELEASE: Festival of Dance and Commencement Dance 2016

Brown University Theatre presents the Festival of Dance 2016 and Commencement Dance concerts. These annual concerts highlight dance classics, creative innovation, and collaborations with artists from around the world. Faculty, guest artists, and student choreographers present a program of Contemporary American, European, and West African dance. 


(Distributed April 18, 2016)

Doria Charlson GS Accepted to Brown University's Open Graduate Education Program

Announced by the Graduate School earlier this week, TAPS graduate student Doria Charlson has been accepted to the fifth cohort of Brown University's Open Graduate Education Program. Through this Graduate School program, doctoral students gain the flexibility and resources to pursue a master's degree in a secondary field while they earn their doctorates at Brown University. Doria will enter the master's program in History.

(Distributed March 24, 2016)
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