Photo of Brianca Robinson '22 BFA Drama: Design and Technical Production

Brianca Robinson has a style that she is ready to share with the world. While earning a BFA in Drama: Design and Technical Production at UNCG, Robinson focused on costume design: “Creating costumes is a big part of helping an actor create a role. It’s the clothing and those nuances like accessories and hairstyles that […]

Lucas Varnum Portrait

Lucas Varnum says it’s simple: do what you love. That’s the advice he has for future Spartans who might be hesitant to pursue a degree in the visual and performing arts: “Don’t be scared. Don’t let money determine your major. If you love art, do art.” Growing up in Raleigh, Varnum was always interested in […]

Mikhaila Eller Portrait

Mikhaila Eller is a mover in more ways than one. The Stratford, Connecticut native reports that she has been a dancer for her entire life and has always had a passion for the arts. She also has a strong desire to move the needle on issues in the community and decided that working with nonprofit […]

Kemari Bryant Portrait

Stage and screen: Tevondre Kemari Bryant has dipped his toes into both at UNC Greensboro and they have been a winning combination for him. The BFA in Drama: Musical Theatre major from New Bern, North Carolina started doing theatre when he was in middle school, and it was then that he set his sights on […]

James Stryska came to UNC Greensboro wanting to make music—not just play music—but create it: “I’ve always been interested in composition because I have this astonishment about how music is constructed. As far back as sixth grade band, after we played a piece in class, I would go home and look up the score online […]

It all started in kindergarten. Five-year old Jordan Speas walked into his music class, struck a pose, and joyfully and loudly announced, “This is where we come to sing!” And now, many school years later, Speas is still singing. And dancing. And acting. The spark that started in elementary school has grown stronger with each […]

Dance is an art form that, in many cases, requires performers to move as an ensemble. Cortney Vartanian knows the importance of esprit de corps, but she’s also learned the value in making the choreography your own. “Our professors preached individuality. They encouraged us to find our own voice here. We are all going through […]

Every city has its own beat, an ebb and flow of energy much like the rhythms in different genres  of music. Zoe Hardee combined her interest in both at UNC Greensboro, pursuing a double degree with a   BM in Jazz Performance and a BA in Geography with a concentration in Urban Planning.  Dallas-born and […]