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Winston Conrad

April 6, 2022

It is with heavy hearts that we share the unexpected passing of Winston Conrad, Karenin from KTC’s Fall 2021 production of “Anna K.” Winston was a talented and promising performer, but even more so than that a beloved friend to … Read more

Rachel and Athene have published an article!

March 22, 2022

An article by costume production MFA candidate Athene Wright and PRC crafts artisan Rachel E. Pollock, “Thoroughly Modern Millinery”, is featured on the cover of the winter edition of Theatre Design & Technology. The piece summarizes their research into 3D scanning … Read more

The Dramaturgy of Space and Imagined Theatres-Chile

February 8, 2022

Chair of Dramatic Art, Adam Versényi has published his translation of Chilean playwright/director Ramón Griffero’s The Dramaturgy of Space. He has also co-edited and co-translated Imagined Theatres-Chile:, in a bilingual English/Spanish edition with Alexandra Ripp, Mauricio Barria, Anne García-Romero, Pía Gutiérrez,  and … Read more

Posters accepted for USITT conference!

January 11, 2022

Athene Wright and Sherry Wu’s abstracts were both accepted to the costume commission poster session at the USITT conference this year!

Allen Tedder ’13 in The Alchemist!

November 9, 2021

Allen Tedder ’13 is in The Alchemist playing Kastril, the show is being produced by the Red Bull Theatre in New York. LONDON. 1610. It’s plague time again. When a wealthy gentleman flees to the country, his trusted servant opens … Read more

A History of the Theatre Costume Business

October 25, 2021

A good read written by our very own Triffin Morris and Rachel Pollock! A History of the Theatre Costume Business is the first-ever comprehensive book on the subject, as related by award-winning actors and designers, and first hand by the drapers, … Read more

Alumna Shelley Butler (’98) starts new theatre company

September 23, 2021

Shelley Butler (DDA ’98) and her husband West Hyler have formed a brand-new company; Artistic Stamp. It’s an interactive theater company that produces mail-based plays in the form of written correspondence.  The inaugural season has 6 different interactive plays and … Read more

Mac Rogers Journey in American Theatre

September 23, 2021

A big congrats to Mac Rogers’ whose podcast dramas (Steal the Stars, The Message, and LifeAfter) were downloaded over ten million times!! As such he was interviewed by THE AMERICAN THEATRE magazine to find out more about the man behind these profound … Read more