- 3:15pm - 4:00pm --- How to Apply for IPCCR Funding (*new date!*)
- 4:00pm - 5:00pm --- "From Theatre Major @ UMD to Filmmaker, Author, and Tech Entrepreneur" by Joshua Friedman (BA Theatre '06)
- 3:30 - 4:00pm --- IPCCR report by Scot Reese (Inclusion & Diversity in Theatre, Dance & Performance of Australia & Bali)
- 4:00 - 5:30pm --- UTAS welcome back and social event (free food!)
Join the Kreators of the Kreativity Diversity Troupe for an open mic night, full of music, dance and spoken word.
Want to try out your own performance chops? Show up and sign up! Just looking for a night of entertainment from some of the most talented students in the metro area? Simply take a seat and enjoy the show.
Professor James Harding discusses, “Of Mary and David, In and Out of their Divided Selves: Performing Asylum, Anti-psychiatry and Overflow at Kingsley Hall, London 1971.”
This informal showcase highlights the work of students from various majors who have converged on the Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center to take dance classes. Check out what we've been up to in the dance wing at this exciting and diverse performance!
Auditions for Little Shop of Horrors and Citizen
Projections Designer Dylan Uremovich presents Coding for Live Performance, which will explain the motion tracking technology and coding used to create the visuals for Allen Xing's Equinox and Solstice, which just premiered as part of our 2018 MFA Dance Thesis Concert. Dylan will examine code created in processing Java-based coding environment, the Isadora media server, and the artistic process of creating a visual sandbox for performers to play in.
This seminar, taught by Jonathan Martin, will addresses what every artist needs to know about getting your work seen by an audience. He will cover articulating what the project is and why it is important, how to create a budget and a production timeline, how to get an audience to show up, and how to get the help you need--whether it’s volunteers or funders--to accomplish your goals.
The TDPS New Play Workshop Panel is a discussion for anyone who has interest in working on a new play - now or in the future, in any capacity. It features a panel of top DMV-area theatre professionals.
The TDPS New Play Workshop is an opportunity for student playwrights at UMD to develop a short play in a supportive environment.