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MFA candidate Francis Matheu directs Harold Pinter’s “The Dumb Waiter” for his spring studio project.
Janelle Jenstad, a professor in the Department of English, shares her insights on the women of William Shakespeare’s plays and speaks to the significance of seeing them come together on stage.
First- and second-year students who spent much of last year online talk to the Phoenix Fire about their in-person experiences this year.
Dr. Magdalena Kay, a professor in the Department of English offers her insight to T.S. Eliot’s landmark modernest poem and what she’s looking forward to seeing in the staged performance.
Prof. Conrad Alexandrowicz speaks about creating movement-based work for the stage out of the landmark poem The Waste Land.
Phoenix Fire Podcasts
Discussing Shakespeare’s Women with Dept. of English Shakespeare expert Nancy Wright.
Audio recording of our Friday preshow lecture for “The Waste Land” with director/choreographer Conrad Alexandrowicz.
Discussing the mysteries of The Waste Land with Dr. Ross from the Dept. of English.
Friday Afternoons at the Phoenix Fire: Episode Seven:
Past Guest Artists & Events
Staging Equality: "Journey to Mapu"Staging Equality is a collaborative and creative research project that explores ways in which theatre engages with issues of race, diversity, and inclusion.STAGED READING: Journey to Mapu by Lina de Guevara Saturday, September 25 at...
The Orion Lecture Series in Fine ArtsCanoeing Down the River of Contemporary Storytelling... Thursday, April 1 at 12:30pm Free Zoom Lecture Drew Hayden Taylor Playwright, Novelist, Filmmaker, Journalist Drew Hayden Taylor is an award-winning playwright,...
The Orion Lecture Series in Fine ArtsGary Farmer & Kaylayla Raine in Resident Alien for the SyFy Network.Gary Farmer and Michael Armstrong in Blue Bridge Repertory Theatre's production of The Drawer Boy.My Life as a Baby Clown Tuesday, March 23 at 12:30pm Free...