Love's Labour's Lost
http://www.americantheatre.org/2016/03/02/bekah-brunstetter-wants-you-to-feel-the-joy/ Bekah Brunstetter Wants You to Feel the Joy The playwright’s work might deal with weighty subjects, but not so heavy that uplift is out of the question. By Suzy Evans
http://millervoicemethod.com/ Templeton Grant for Creativity: DDA Assistant Professor John Patrick and Kurt Gray, Assistant Professor of Psychology at UNC received a Templeton Grant to further their research on theories of effective ways to expand creativity and then how to quantify that growth. Research will continue through this year including workshops that John will host this summer consisting of […]
Simple little dresses are sewn by volunteers all over the world and distributed personally by teams led by Little Dresses for Africa, sent with mission groups, and mailed directly. As relationships are formed, needs are met by focusing on 3 areas: Our first focus is to provide a well to a community. Clean water serves […]
No Hiding Results: Evaluating mask making methods to find the optimal build. The article, entitled “No Hiding Results: Evaluating mask-making methods to find the optimal build,” compiles and elaborates upon a survey of media which McClernan conducted as part of Pollock’s graduate level masks/armor seminar. http://digitaleditiononline.com/publication/?i=292054
Telling Our Stories of Home: Exploring and Celebrating Changing African and African-Diaspora Communities
Home The current disruptions to African and diasporan communities through war, terrorism, globalization, gentrification, environmental catastrophe, and mass incarceration offer layers of meaning for “home.” The 6-day conference-festival (spread over two weekends, including a 1-week residency for some of the presenters), Telling Our Stories of Home, will bring together outstanding national and international faculty, activists, […]
Congratulations to PATP alums Nathaniel Claridad and Nilan Johnson on their Drama League Artist-in-Residence award!
Drama League Announces 2016 Artists-in-Residence; New Works to Feature Duncan Sheik & More The Drama League Artist Residency Program, made possible in part by the Harold and Mimi Steinberg Charitable Trust, offers director/collaborator teams and/or ensembles an opportunity to comfortably develop a new theatre piece as artists-in-residence at the Drama League Theater Center in Tribeca, […]
Coming off of the successful run of her play The Hampton Years at Virginia Stage, Arena Stage has recently announced Jacqueline Lawton’s newly commissioned play, Intelligence, will be part of their 2016-2017 season.
For more than a decade, the Graduate Education Advancement Board Impact Awards have recognized new graduate student discoveries that directly benefit North Carolina. Our spring 2016 Carolina Chronicle will describe the research of all of the 2016 Impact Award recipients. For now, the research of one award winner, Gregory DeCandia, will provide a preview of […]
For the DRAM 165 Makeup final inspirations ranged from horror to fantasy to nature to artwork to inanimate objects. Students were asked to reach beyond the human to create a look that was created on their human face, arriving at a visual that morphs the human face into something else entirely.