Brenna St. George Jones (Theater ’94) has been hired as the director of artistic programming for the Confluence Arts Center. The Confluence Arts Center, scheduled to open in fall 2018 in Eau Claire, Wisconsin, will include a 1,200-seat theatre and a flexible 400-seat theatre. St. George Jones was most recently senior director of an arts center Find out more »
The Department of Theater, Film, and Media Studies at St. Mary’s College of Maryland announces “Spring Awakening,” the musical, beginning Feb. 28 and running March 1 through March 3 at 8 p.m., with the final performance on March 4 at 2 p.m. All performances take place in the Bruce Davis Theater, Montgomery Hall Fine Arts Find out more »
Auditions for “Spring Awakening” (the musical) will be held in room 25, Montgomery Hall, on the St. Mary’s College campus on Tuesday, Nov. 14, from 8 – 10:30 p.m., and on Wednesday, Nov. 15, from 9 – 10 p.m. To audition, pleaser prepare two things: 1) a popular song that, preferably, includes a verse and Find out more »
William Shakespeare’s “Twelfth Night, or What You Will” opens on Wednesday, Nov. 8 at 8 p.m. and runs through Sunday, Nov. 12 in the Bruce Davis Theater, Montgomery Hall, on the St. Mary’s College of Maryland campus. Ticket prices are $4 for teachers, students, senior citizens, and Arts Alliance members; $6, general admission. To make Find out more »
TFMS alum Eli Ayres ’16 recently received the Visionary Award for his animated film “One Way Town” at the international Visions Film Festival & Conference, hosted annually by the Film Studies Department at the University of North Carolina Wilmington. The Visionary Award (or “Best in Show”) is given to the top entry in the festival. Find out more »
Undergraduate Research Week (April 11-15), sponsored by the Council on Undergraduate Research, provides an opportunity to share the impactful and engrossing research of our students. We’re highlighting one new project each day during the week, kicking off with this one by Allison Claytor (’16). Earlier this year, the World Health Organization (WHO) declared the Zika virus Find out more »
Leonard Cruz, assistant professor of theater, movement, and dance, will perform “Falling Man” at the Judson Church Theater in New York City on March 14. This performance follows a talk Dr. Cruz gave in February at the Colloquium of African Diaspora Dance at Duke University.
“Striptease,” a one-act comedy by Polish political satirist Sławomir Mrożek, and “Catastrophe,” a one-scene drama by Samuel Beckett, open Wednesday, March 2, and run through Sunday, March 6, in the Bruce Davis Theater. Produced by the Department of Theater, Film, and Media Studies (TFMS) and directed by faculty member Mark A. Rhoda, “Striptease” and “Catastrophe” Find out more »
Assistant Professor Leonard Cruz will take part in the 9th International dance festival Tari ’14 with the theme Building Bridges being held from 12-15 November 2014 (Wednesday – Saturday) hosted by ASWARA or the National Academy of Arts, Culture and Heritage, Malaysia. During this time Cruz will present a paper presentation on “Southeast Asian Thought Find out more »
Leonard Cruz will present his proposal on “Spoken Word, Dance and Music” at the Network Theater Ensemble’s Symposium held at the New School for Drama in New York City on Oct. 31- Nov. 2. The keynote speaker for the event will be Liz Lerman.