Masters Program Information

For those WFU Theatre alums and current students who had the opportunity to be involved in producing devised work while at WFU, this graduate program may be of interest. DAMU is one of the top theatre schools in the world and the program is in English.

DAMU Masters program

News from Wake Forest Magazine

Trash Talk from Allison Orr

The Tenacious Meagan Hooper

Jay Stewart proves that laughter is the best medicine

Steve Nedvidek publishes his first graphic novel

Mara McCaffray lands role on “The Young and the Restless”

Deacon Spotlight:  Matt Dowell

Craig Joseph’s re-imagined Frankenstein

What’s up with Marc Palmieri (’94)?
Former pitcher faces a new lineup: acting, playwriting and teaching.

Curt Beech (’94) takes film from page to stage in ‘Lincoln’

Stowe Nelson (’08) – Sounds like imagination

Lauren Gaston (’09) – Her costumes capture moments in time: Lauren Gaston is a rising star in the world of costume design.

Harold Hayes: “Smiling through the Apocalypse”

News from Winston-Salem Journal

Susan Gilmore (’88) Named Arts Editor of Winston-Salem Journal

Other News Outlets

AeJay Mitchell makes directorial debut

The Incredible Lee Sellars

Ben Whiting – A Different Kind of Magician

Kate Lambert reflects on her path to TV Land’s “Teachers”

Christin Essin’s stage designers book wins 2015 Golden Pen Award

Matthew Gutschick named Artistic Director of The Rose Theatre

Melissa Joyner takes home award for best supporting actress

Ward Horton discusses breakout role in feature film Annabelle


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