April 19, 2010
Brown, Administrative Coordinator of Student Development and Seattle University student working toward a Master of Fine Arts (MFA) degree in Arts Leadership in the College of Arts and Sciences, has been awarded a Drama League directing fellowship. This coveted
honor allows promising directors to take part in the Directors Project, an
intensive four-month program with prominent New York theater artists.
founder of Brownbox Theater, is currently staging Eve Ensler's "The Vagina
Monologues" at Stone Soup Theater. On April 23, he opens
"Pterodactyls" by Nicky Silver at Stone Soup Theater.
is an outstanding director,” said Kevin Maifeld, program director,
“and this award acknowledges his success and potential.”
in its 26th year, the Directors Project has advanced the careers of
more 238 talented young directors who have gone on to become artistic
directors, associates, and resident directors at more than 45 professional
theaters. They are directing on and off Broadway, at major theaters across the
country and abroad, and in film and television.
The Master of Fine Arts degree
in Arts Leadership provides future arts leaders with an opportunity to merge
the latest management practices of nonprofit organizations with the specific
skills necessary to lead complex arts organizations.
College of Arts and Sciences, the oldest undergraduate and graduate college
affiliated with Seattle University, offers 33 undergraduate majors, 33
undergraduate minors, 7 graduate degrees, and 1 post-graduate certificate.
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