Queer Kids, Nerds and Sword Fights
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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.
Assistant or Associate Professor of Theatre History and Performance Studies
From traditional to contemporary, explore the performing arts at Maryland.
The School of Theatre, Dance, and Performance Studies welcomes new artist-in-residence in Dance for the upcoming 2017-2018 academic year.
Postdoctoral Fellowship in Theatre and Performance Studies
The School of Theatre, Dance and Performance Studies was well represented at DC Theater’s Big Night Out.
Annual dance concert is choreographed and performed by students in the School of Theatre, Dance, and Performance Studies.
Congratulations to Professor James M. Harding on his two most recent books: The Sixties, Center Stage: Mainstream and Popular Performances in a Turbulent Decade (2017) and Performance, Transparency, and the Cultures of Surveillance (2018).
Congratulations to Professor Brian MacDevitt on being nominated for a Tony Award for "Carousel"!
Guitarist plays in band at historic Coachella performance.
Graduate students bring 400-year-old artwork to life.