Leslie Brott appeared as Mistress Quickly in The Merry Wives of Windsor and Duke of Exeter in Henry VI Part One this summer at the Utah Shakespeare Festival in Cedar City, Utah.
Leslie Brott as Antonio in the Utah Shakespeare Festival’s 2018 production of The Merchant of Venice. (Photo by Karl Hugh. Copyright Utah Shakespeare Festival 2018.)
Dr. Matt Omasta co-devised an original play, Right of Way, with a youth ensemble at Arena Stage in Washington, DC.
Dr Omasta also presented research on assessment in drama education and the impact of performing in social-issue based theatre at numerous conferences in the US and internationally.
Under the direction of Dr. Omasta, a large group of undergraduate Theatre Education students attended and presented in a session on pre-service teacher education at the American Alliance for Theatre and Education conference this summer.
This summer Jason Spelbring directed An Iliad for the Tony Award Winning Utah Shakespeare Festival in Cedar City, Utah.
Brian Vaughn (left) as The Poet and Katie Fay Francis as The Muse inthe Utah Shakespeare Festival’s 2018 production of An Iliad. (Photo by Karl Hugh. Copyright Utah Shakespeare Festival 2018.)
Utah State Theatre's production of The Babylon Line was featured in an article by Utah State Today.
The show performs in the Black Box Theatre September 25-29 at 7:30 p.m., with an additional matinee September 29 at 2 p.m.
Get your tickets at the door or in advance from the box office.
(Photo by Andrew McAllister)
This past Spring 2018, Professors Dennis Hassan and Nancy Hills both worked with Salt Lake Acting Company in the wonderful production Fun Home. Nancy Hills designed the costumes for the production; and Dennis Hassan designed the set. (Photo by Salt Lake Acting Company).
Stephanie R. White and Bruce Duerden are both working with Music Theatre West this Fall 2018 in Oklahoma! Stephanie R. White will be the choreographer; and Bruce Duerden will be working with lights. (Photo by Music Theatre West).
Corey Ewan Recognized by UTA
A USU Eastern associate theatre professor is being recognized for his work in Utah theatre as well as his service to the Utah Theatre Association on Jan. 19 at the Davis Conference Center. Corey A. Ewan, Ph.D., is being presented with the award for his contributions as a theatre professional in promoting theatre in education and community arenas.
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A MESSAGE FROM THE DEPARTMENT HEAD:
The Department of Theatre Arts supports the missions of Utah State University and the Caine College of the Arts by cultivating artistic and academic excellence, by contributing to the cultural enrichment of the university and surrounding communites through live theatre production, and by fostering respect for the arts through advocacy and professionalism.
-Adrianne Moore, Department Head, Directing, Voice & Speech