Witness for the Prosecution by Agatha Christie directed by Sharon Andrews Sep 22 – Oct 1, 2023 Turning 15 on the Road to Freedom based on the book by Lynda Blackmon Lowery; developed for the stage by Ally Sheedy directed by Jackie Alexander (NC Black […]
Theatre & Dance students and inaugural Dodding Award recipients, Vir Gupta (’25) and Riley Shanaghan (’25), used their Dodding Award to attend the Prague Quadrennial this June. Vir and Riley joined Professor of Design & Production, Rob Eastman-Mullins, for the […]
Here is a video montage celebrating this year’s theatre and dance seniors.
Wake Forest University and Wake Forest University School of Medicine will receive $3 million over five years from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to help researchers take the next steps in nearly a decade of research that indicates dance can promote cognitive health. The […]
The play Killing Gilderoy by senior Cameron Michles was among six winning 10-minute plays to be featured in Barter Theatre’s College Playwrights Festival. The competition celebrates undergraduate students in southern Appalachian states with winners having the opportunity to have professional stage readings of their works and attend workshops with professional […]
31 August 2022 At World Stage Design 2022, hosted at the University of Calgary in August, Associate Professor for the Department of Theatre & Dance, and Chair of OISTAT‘s Performance Design Commission, Rob Eastman-Mullins, announced the selected designer of the […]
The Wake Forest University Department of Theatre & Dance will host an international theatre design competition called aWAKEn, which invites performance designers from around the world to submit scenic designs for the Lauren Gunderson play “Silent Sky.” A design will be selected by an international […]
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