The Weekday Players proudly presents their Original Works Projects, a memorable night of short plays created and produced by students.
The TDPS New Play Workshop is an opportunity for student playwrights at UMD to develop a short play in a supportive environment.
Join Professor Scot Reese's Play Directing I class for their final scene showcase.
Shelly Peiken '79 will talk to performing arts students about creativity, songwriting, and the pop music business in Los Angeles. The conversation will be mediated by the Head of Performance for the School of Theatre, Dance, and Performance Studies, Professor Scot Reese.
An evening of short plays written and produced by The Weekday Players, a student-run theatre company dedicated to creating art and providing practical experience for students.
In The Goldfish by Shuping Yang, follow the journey of a Chinese son as his scandalous cousin pays him a sudden visit before his wedding night. Witness the golden son’s dilemma unfold as he faces clashes between traditional Confucian values and Western notions of individuality. B.W.A. (Black Women Anonymous) by Whitney Geohagan and April Monu explores what it means to be an African American woman in America, addressing the deep-seated issues these women face.
An evening of original plays by Jonelle Walker and Leticia Ridley that focus on women as victims and perpetrators of both systematic and physical violence, in the present as well as in the past.
Join the Kreators of the Kreativity Diversity Troupe for an open mic night, full of music, dance and spoken word.
Join the Kreators of the Kreativity Diversity Troupe for their end-of-semester performance.
Based on the common denominators of Puppetry and Film - manipulation, framing and illusion - four small exercises in theater will be presented as the final class of PuppetCinema: When Film and Puppetry Meet on Stage.