From Tawes to the Big Screen: Alumna Abigail Hawk ‘04 remembers her time at the University of MarylandPosted: November 1, 2017
You may recognize her as Detective Baker, on CBS’ hit TV show Blue Bloods. Abigail (Gustafson) Hawk ‘04 knew she wanted to be an actor ever since she played Gretl in a community theatre production of The Sound of Music. She spent her formative years of actor training while an undergraduate in the University of Maryland’s Theatre program.
Posted: October 27, 2017
Congratulations to PhD student Leticia Ridley (MA '17) on being selected to be an African American Digital Humanities Scholar for 2017-2018!
Posted: October 24, 2017
The Program Management Specialist in the School of Theatre, Dance, and Performance Studies maintains School services by organizing office operations and procedures; designing and maintaining on-line filing systems; reviewing and approving supply requisitions; and performing general clerical functions. Serves as office coordinator and command central regarding resources for the academic needs of the School.
PhD Candidates LaRonika Thomas and Adam Nixon at the 2017 Northwestern University Summer Institute in Performance StudiesPosted: September 28, 2017
This past summer, PhD candidates LaRonika Thomas and Adam Nixon attended the 2017 Northwestern University Summer Institute in Performance Studies. Participants were encouraged to engage in the on-going question: how can improvisation, narrative, and beauty merge to embody moments of freedom and justice?
Posted: September 1, 2017
University of Maryland (UMD) alumni John Ford ‘64 and Sandra Poster ‘64 met during their undergraduate years in the UMD Theatre program, then known as Speech & Dramatic Arts. They went on to build careers in speech and communications, and they are longtime patrons of the arts.