Dr. J Revell Carr brings Hawaii to Greensboro
[slideshow_deploy id=’52’] After over ten years of research, writing and editing, Dr. Revell Carr of the School of Music, Theatre and Dance’s Department of Music Studies has published his first book, “Hawaiian Music in Motion: Mariners, Missionaries, and Minstrels.”
Professor Jim Fisher publishes new work
Following the publication of two previous Historical Dictionaries on American Theater, one focusing on Modernism (co-authored with Felicia Hardison Londré, 2007) and a solo venture turned into two volumes focused on Contemporary American Theater (2011). The newest installment, Historical Dictionary of American Theater: Beginnings, is set to release this April. Dr. Fisher took a moment to share […]
UNCG Dance a hit at Mid-Atlantic American College Dance Association Conference
[slideshow_deploy id=’72’] From Courtney White, 2015 MFA Candidate, Choreographer and Performer If someone asked me to sum up the American College Dance Conference (ACDA) in one word, I’d say, SUPERCALIFRAGILISTICEXPEALIDOCIOUS…you know what that means, right?