Ecole Jacques Lecoq and Atelier Serge Martin - Paris, France 1978-1981; Alexander Training Institute Teacher Certification 1991; B.S. Dance and Anatomy 1975 University of Wisconsin; Kabuki & Noh Theatre AC Scott, Augusto Boal, Monika Pagneaux Workshops with Jerzy Grotowski's Polish Theatre Lab, Theatre du Soleil, Peter Brook, Cranio-sacral Therapy, Upledger Institute Certification 2000.
Daniel Conway (set design)
Postdoctoral Fellowship in Theatre and Performance Studies
The University of Maryland’s School of Theatre, Dance, and Performance Studies seeks candidates for a postdoctoral position for the academic year of 2018-2019. Applicants must propose a rigorous research agenda that takes advantage of the resources on our campus and in ourregion.
The International Program for Creative Collaboration and Research (IPCCR) is the 10-year global outreach component of "Defining the Future of the Performing Arts in the 21st Century" – an investigation of best practices in performing arts education funded by a $10 million dollar grant from a private foundation.
In this sprawling and heartfelt coming-of-age story, Heidi Holland grows up before our eyes. Starting out as a bright, idealistic college student of the 1960s, the world around her rapidly changes. With feminist guiding principles, she strives to build a fulfilling life and is forced to confront, through her work, friendship and relationships, the true cost of “having it all.”
TDPS's Fearless New Play Festival is a three-tiered investigation and celebration of new plays in development. The first night will kick off with a speech from a keynote playwright of national renown, followed by a staged reading of their newest play. The second night will be dedicated to staged readings of new ten-minute plays by current students. The third night will be a showcase of new short plays by alumni, followed by a closing night celebration.
Hamlet is knee-deep in a personal and political quagmire. His father, the king, has been murdered by his uncle Claudius, who has hastily married his sister-in-law to assume the throne. Seeking to avenge his father’s murder, Hamlet sets off a chain of events resulting in death, destruction and a notable absence of justice.
Featuring provocative choreography by MFA in Dance students, this concert is a collection of eclectic new works, serving as an unguarded exploration of these diverse artists' talents and interests.
TDPS student presents an original work: I’ve Been a Woman Jordan Ealey