Stories tagged with: School of Theater
Casey Morarity keeps the beat at 'Carrie, the Musical'
March 22, 2023 From drums to glockenspiels, music education major Casey Morarity does it all and is currently using her percussion talents for Tantrum Theatre’s production of "Carrie, The Musical."
"Carrie, The Musical" unleashes telekinetic powers, teen chaos on stage
March 3, 2023 "Carrie, The Musical," features direction and choreography by guest artist Victoria Rae Sook and music direction by Brent Frederick in the E. E. Baker Theater in Kantner Hall, March 9-10 and 22-25.
OHIO Opera Theater presents "Little Women" in Memorial Auditorium
February 21, 2023 OHIO's Opera Theater will present the opera "Little Women" in the Templeton-Blackburn Alumni Memorial Auditorium on Friday, March 3 and Saturday, March 4 at 8 p.m.
Campus and local community join together in anti-racism workshop
February 16, 2023 The “Creating Your Anti-Racism Toolkit for Middle Schoolers” workshop was devised to educate Athens Middle School students. OHIO School of Theater students and local activists conducted the sessions.
Interrupt the -Isms workshop at Heritage College presents strategies for dealing with discrimination in medicine
February 14, 2023 Theater and medicine came together to demonstrate ways to handle discrimination during the Interrupt the -Isms: Sex, Gender Identity and Sexual Orientation workshop on Jan. 31.
Tantrum Theater uses Ohio Arts Council funding to build local junior high drama club
December 7, 2022 The Tantrum Theater was awarded an Ohio Arts Council Arts Partnership Grant to build the Athens Middle School Drama Club.
German playwright and director shares unique theater practices with students
November 7, 2022 Kevin Rittberger, a playwright, director, curator and journalist, is “trying to figure out what we can explore in theater when we think about a more-than-human world.”
“Hotel Berry” tickets available for in-person and virtual-streamed shows
November 2, 2022 There are a multitude of opportunities from Nov. 17 through Dec. 3, to catch this Tantrum Theater production of an original play set in Athens, Ohio.
School of Film graduate students premiere seven original films at the Athena Cinema
September 28, 2022 First-year MFA filmmakers screen films on topics such as identity, family, freedom, grief, coming-of-age and more at the Athena Cinema on Oct 1.
School of Theater graduate Dale Shields imparts wisdom on students during Black Alumni Reunion
September 28, 2022 Ohio University School of Theater Alumnus Dale Shields met with current theater students at a lunchbag event held during OHIO’s Black Alumni Reunion weekend September 15-18. Shields received the 2022 Ebony Bobcat Legend Award in recognition of his long and successful career as a performer, educator and director.
Musical theater student Rhys Carr pushes limits during Maine-based dance intensive
September 16, 2022 The three-weeks with the Bates Dance Festival encouraged Carr to make dance a regular practice in their theatrical life.
Global Arts Festival and Conference call for papers and participation
September 14, 2022 A call for papers is now open for the College of Fine Arts' International Conference: “Global Arts in the Digital Age” as part of their 3rd Global Arts Festival, April 13-15, 2023.
The Met Opera Live in HD series launches Oct. 22 at the Athena Cinema
September 13, 2022 The Athena Cinema series continues on select Saturdays, featuring 10 performances transmitted live from the Metropolitan Opera House in New York City.
From OHIO’s acting studio to the Tony Awards, alum Chuck Cooper reflects on longtime career
September 6, 2022 Alumnus Chuck Cooper has accomplished a lot from his days in OHIO's acting studio to being a Tony Award-winning and nominated Broadway actor, noting the role being a Bobcat helped play in his career.
Athens Middle School Drama Club inspires theater etiquette, confidence in students with support from Tantrum Theater and the College of Fine Arts
May 3, 2022 With a robust theater program at both the elementary and high school levels in the Athens City Schools, Rebecca VerNooy saw a gap in education at AMS and the need for youth arts education.