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.
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TDPS student presents an original work: I’ve Been a Woman Jordan Ealey
TDPS students present their original work: Fuse by Suzanne Creedon and Hapa by Jenna Gerdsen
TDPS students present their original work: "Luna" by Hana Huie
TDPS students present their original work: "Lost Sons" by Niree Turner and Rockfish by Sydney Lemelin.
TDPS students present their original work: "The Breaking Point" by Jennifer Kasnadi and "Babel" by Almost Human.
The 2018 Black Theatre & Dance Symposium continues to champion efforts towards inclusion and diversity in American theatre, dance, and performance. In this climate of #MeToo and #TimesUp, we will champion women’s voices with two dynamic keynote speakers.
Join the School of Theatre, Dance, and Performance Studies for a casual night of cold-readings of plays about climate change.