Featuring a series of chamber music instrumental ensembles, the music program offers opportunities for both vocal and instrumental musicians. The instrumental and choral groups perform alone and in various combinations at public concerts and university events throughout the academic year.
Offers classes in acting, theatre design, directing, theatre history and stage management, and playwriting. Students have the opportunity to work with experienced directors, playwrights, and sound, lighting, stage, and costume designers as well as Actors Equity performers.
Providing 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. MFA students get the opportunity work alongside arts management professionals in local performing and visual arts organizations.
A recent New York Times Book Review: “According to both Anders and Stross, the ever-expanding tech sector is now producing career opportunities in fields that specifically require the skills taught in the humanities.”
"Bring Down the House" receives seven nominations, including Outstanding Director for Professor Rosa Joshi.
Hannah Mathews, Elaine Ortiz, Josh Swaby, and Brennan Bunn appeared under the direction of Performing Arts and Arts Leadership Chair and Merc Playhouse Artistic Director Ki Gottberg.
"Since singing is so good a thing, I wish all men would learn to sing" --William Byrd (1535 - 1623)
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