Cover of 2003 Alumni Magazine

From 2003 Alumni Magazine to 2023: Where are They Now?

Twenty years ago, Chrissy Fiorilli-Ellington, Jenny Greer, and Samson Baker were featured on the cover of the UNC Greensboro Alumni Magazine, smiling and striding across a New York City street, full of hopes and dreams for what might become their role in the world of theatre.  It was ...
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Jenni Propst Named Visiting Assistant Professor of Lighting Design

College of Visual and Performing Arts Dean bruce d. mcclung has announced the appointment of Jenni Propst as Visiting Assistant Professor of Lighting Design in CVPA’s School of Theatre.   Jenni Propst is a lighting, projections, and sound designer. Some of her recent work includes the lighting design for Christopher ...
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UNC Greensboro Brings Jewel, Chris Botti, and Additional Artists to Campus for 111th Season of University Concert and Lecture Series

UNCG College of Visual and Performing Arts Dean bruce mcclung has announced the roster of artists for the 2023–2024 University Concert and Lecture Series (UCLS). UCLS, the longest running concert and lecture series in North Carolina, will present Grammy Award-winning jazz trumpeter and composer Chris Botti; Collage, a ...
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Neil Shepherd BA Theatre, Business Coordinator, School of Music: Directing Attention to a Thriving Arts Scene

“The quality of faculty, staff, and resources that CVPA offers a student, no matter what area they’re in, is exceptional. The opportunity for students to augment what they’re learning with real-world experiences is phenomenal. To be able to learn and do so at the same time is invaluable ...
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Kemari Bryant ’21 BFA Musical Theatre on Tour with The Book of Mormon

Kemari Bryant’s acting career has started with some big “firsts.”  He is the first graduate of the UNCG School of Theatre with a degree in Musical Theatre, and now he is on his first national tour with the Broadway musical The Book of Mormon. “It’s been amazing.  I’ve ...
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