Whitney Roy has overcome difficulty and created a foundation for a better future for students of marginalized identities. As the founder of the Theatre Diversity and Inclusion Committee, she is changing what it means to be BIPOC in the world of theater today.
The CSU production of Lysistrata by Aristophanes, adaptation by Ellen McLaughlin, was adjudicated for the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival by representative John Hill — lead faculty of Theatre and Humanities at Front Range Community College. Hill recognized multiple individual actors and designers, as well as the entire acting ensemble. The Kennedy Center American […]
The popular course is back for Fall 2021. Working in the arts is amazing — and sometimes difficult. Learn how to take care of yourself by understanding the challenges that are, more or less, common to all artists MU 180A2 Artist’s Guide to Wellness, is designed to provide creative arts students with an increased understanding […]
Earlier this semester, CSU students showcased their work at the annual Region 7 Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival (KCACTF), which brings together exceptional student actors and technicians from across the western states. The Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival is a national theatre program, with more than 20,000 participants annually, and, according to the […]
Theatre costume class models elements and principles of design with trash.
Concord Floral, by Jordan Tannahill, was turned into a digital production by CSU Theatre in Fall 2020. Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival representative, Mace Archer — artistic director and theatre instructor at Mt. Hood Community College — adjudicated the production. The Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival (KCACTF) is a national theater program, with more than 20,000 […]
How I Learned to Drive, by Paula Vogel, was the last production hosted at the University Center for the Arts in 2020. Before campus closed, CSU Theatre was fortunate enough to have a Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival (KCACTF) adjudicator see the production, although the release of awards was delayed by COVID. It is better […]
NOTE: Concord Floral by Jordan Tannahill streams through Saturday, Dec. 19. CSUArtsTickets.com We are living through a historically difficult time, as academics and as theatre artists. The pandemic has cut through our discipline in shocking, profound ways. Yet we can also look back at this time as a period of exciting experimentation and artistic growth, […]
The CSU community is invited to watch CSU Theatre’s first-ever full-length film — Concord Floral by Jordan Tannahill, directed by acting professor Saffron Henke, Dec. 16-19.
CSU Theartre received a positive response to the recent online production of Boy Gets Girl from Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival (KCACTF) representative Shea King. Each year, representatives from KCACTF — the national theatre program dedicated to the improvement of collegiate theatre in the United States — score and provide feedback on submitted productions. Ratings given by […]