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Stay up-to-date on the creative, collaborative, innovative and entrepreneurial work that is going on at the School of Theatre, Dance, and Performance Studies.
Esteemed dance scholar envisions further collaboration, innovation and engagement in the school.
These artists will continue the work in interdisciplinary collaboration that TDPS values.
Students mount production of 'She Kills Monsters'—from their homes.
Technology is a scene partner in a new made-for-Zoom version of Qui Nguyen’s action-adventure comedy at the University of Maryland.
Walter Dallas, TDPS senior artist-in-residence and co-director of the MFA in Performance program from 2008-2013, passed away on Sunday, May 3. He was recognized internationally for his works as director, playwright, musician, photographer and educator.
UMD theatre students pivot to virtual show on Zoom.
Theater community pivots to another kind of mask.
Theatre students decide they aren't going to let social isolation stop them from writing and performing.
Welcome Jennifer Schwartz, TDPS' new Production Manager!
No one applauds the lighting designer.
Professor Brian MacDevitt was featured in Forbes online magazine for his lighting design work on Kenneth Lonergan’s “The Waverly Gallery” in an article entitled, “What Do Broadway's Best Lighting Designers Actually Do?”
Dance major Sydney Lemelin’s Second Season piece Rockfish received a rave review in Dance Metro DC.
The curtain closed for the last time at University of Maryland’s School of Theatre, Dance, & Performance Studies’ adaptation of “Little Shop of Horrors” with a sold out performance at The Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center Friday evening.
UMD alum and wife finish stint in “Waitress.”
Stacey Carlson and Christine Hands performed with the help of undergraduate students.
Aurelia is proof that dreams do come true. Aurelia Michael is currently working on her first Broadway show, Summer: The Donna Summer Musical.
Showing at The Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center through Oct. 12, “Little Shop of Horrors” originated as a 1960 low-budget comedy-horror film by B-movie director Roger Corman and with an early appearance by Jack Nicholson.
UMD’s theatre, dance and performance studies school showcases their talent in this spooky production.