By UNC Greensboro School of Theatre Student Lexie Simerly On April 14, 2019 a group of current and former UNCG theatre students traveled up to Staunton, VA, with Associate Professor, John Gulley, to the American Shakespeare Center. They participated in a workshop and saw a production of Henry IV, Part 1.   The students who participated […]

UNCG alumnus Chris Chalk ’01 stars in the hit show “Gotham,” and has been featured in “Homeland” and “Underground.” He has starred in Lynn Nottage’s Pulitzer Prize-winning “Ruined,” and the Tony Award-winning Broadway revival of “Fences” alongside Viola Davis and Denzel Washington. He was featured in the Oscar Best Picture film “Twelve Years a Slave.” […]

“KATS: The Meerkat Musical” and “Indiana Bones and the Kingdom of the Camarasaur” are examples of presentations at Greensboro’s Science Center, where actors educate and entertain a vital audience: children. Michelle Mason ’18 contributes to our community by using her acting skills to connect with kids. UNCG’s School of Theatre has long valued young audiences. […]

Addition comes as nonprofit recognizes 30 years of operations The Nashville Shakespeare Festival Board of Directors has named Bradley Brown as managing director. According to a release, Brown (pictured) will work in tandem with NSF Executive Artistic Director Denice Hicks and will oversee the administrative and operational management of the festival and its marketing, development […]

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With just nine days until May Commencement, you can feel the graduation jitters. Spartans are putting last-minute touches on their cap designs, cramming for final exams and flocking to College Avenue to take photos in their graduation garb. UNC Greensboro senior Baraka Ongeri is one of more than 2,700 Spartans set to graduate next Friday, […]

BFA and MFA Acting Students are preparing for the  UNCG New York Showcase presented for entertainment industry producers, agents, and casting directors as an entrée into the acting profession. The students must audition to participate in Showcase and must have a desire to work in NYC in the areas of theatre, film or television.  There […]

Keith Harris, MFA-acting 97, will debut the film Shifting Gears written and produced by Harris. An overworked dad takes an opportunity to start a “family business” thinking it will bring his family closer together… THAT is just mistake number one. For all the hard working people you love racing and it’s roots. This movie is for you! […]