BFA

BFA dance concert explores emotions that unite us

Jan. 8, 2018

The CU Boulder dance division kicks off 2018 with “Catapult,” a dance concert of original pieces by four BFA candidates.

parallax

In ‘Parallax,’ women’s issues are human issues

Nov. 1, 2017

Joint MFA dance recital explores the many facets of feminism

harrison

Rennie Harris named ‘Living Legend’ by Dance Magazine

Oct. 3, 2017

Lorenzo “Rennie” Harris, an artist-in-residence in the Theatre and Dance Department at the University of Colorado Boulder, has earned Dance Magazine’s “Living Legends” award for 2017.

Up

MFA dance concert confronts racial and sexual discrimination head-on

Sept. 29, 2017

CU Boulder’s dance division shines a spotlight on two MFA candidates in “Taking UP Space,” an evening of performances embracing racial and sexual diversity. The dance concert runs Oct. 20-22 in CU’s Charlotte York Irey Theatre.

Ayla

Student wins poetry-slam contest, stars in CU Boulder play

Sept. 29, 2017

Ayla Sullivan, a student majoring in theater and dance and secondary English education, is no stranger to winning awards, and has just racked up another one: winning the Americas Latino Festival Eco-Artivist Challenge.

Hollywood

La-la landings

Aug. 29, 2017

Here’s a little story about a little Hollywood movie, and a bigger story about how several CU Boulder alums have forged Hollywood careers.

swimming

CU Theatre & Dance season opens with dance-themed film festival

Aug. 22, 2017

The University of Colorado’s Department of Theatre & Dance begins its 2017-18 season with a weekend of onscreen dance from all over the world.

Marcos Steuernagel

Theatre scholar wins award for achievements in digital publishing

Aug. 2, 2017

Marcos Stuernagel, assistant professor of theatre, and colleagues at HemiPress are changing the ways academic work is published and performance is archived in the theatre and performance-related fields.

its

Inside the Greenhouse, climate discourse cools down

July 7, 2017

Professors in theatre, biology and environmental studies team up to focus on creatively communicating climate science through the arts and social sciences.

Buxton

Finding his voice, performer also finds a career

May 5, 2017

When William Kristofer Buxton was in middle school, vocal nodules left him with “essentially no voice.” Now he's earning degrees in theatre and speech pathology, and he aims to pursue both paths in his career.

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