photo from 2019 production of Falstaff

UNCG Opera Theatre’s production of Falstaff has advanced to the semi-final round in the 2019-2020 American Prize competition for all three areas in which it was entered.   Those areas are:  Production, Conducting (Peter Perret), and Stage Direction (David Holley). Falstaff , Verdi’s last opera, is a revenge comedy based on Shakespeare’s Merry Wives of Windsor […]

By Sayaka Matsuoka –August 8, 2019, Triad City Beat   It’s like walking into a library. Each piece, each garment, each stitch tells a different story, reflects a different era. Each has a different author and purpose. Twenty-thousand outfits fill the UNCG costume warehouse, taking over the front room of what used to be Addam’s […]

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. […]