Shakespeare and Autism, a department program led by Assistant Professor Kevin McClatchy, received a $50,000 award from Women and Philanthropy for a research study led by Director of the Nisonger Center Marc Tassé and Margaret Mehling, who graduated with her PhD in Psychology this May.
Beth Kattelman, associate professor and curator of the Lawrence and Lee Theatre Research Institute, along with colleagues from the Theatre Library Association presented a paper on preserving theatre design and technology at USITT 2017.
Associate Professor of Theatre Jennifer Schlueter's new play Patience Worth has a limited engagement run in Columbus at the Barnett Theatre, May 19 - 20.
The Tale of an Exorcism at Koretz: A Dybbuk S
Toni-Leslie James, alumna and associate professor and Head of Design at Virginia Commonwealth University Department of Theatre, is nominated for a Tony for her costume design for August Wilson's Jitney. Watch the award ceremony on June 11th at 8 PM EDT.
WOSU's Broad and High, an exciting and original weekly magazine show exploring the character and creativity of Columbus, will feature The Silent Soldiers Memorial at 8 PM on Thursday, May 4th and 11:30 AM on Sunday, May 7th.
Tom Dugdale is a multidisciplinary theatre-maker working primarily as a director, but also as a writer, composer, and performer. His work includes new play development, adaptation of classical text, and collisions of theatre with other art.
InterACT's latest piece focuses on intense emotional resp