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The Lily's Revenge, a thesis in four parts: Meet dramaturg and choreographer Gaven D. Trinidad

Thursday, April 5, 2018

For our next segment on the process of creating Taylor Mac’s The Lily’s Revenge in the UMass Department of Theater, I have interviewed Gaven Trinidad – an MFA candidate in dramaturgy. Gaven is the...

Nissa Whittle '06 uses theater to communicate in business

Thursday, April 5, 2018

New York City is home to about 8.5 million people. One of those people is Nissa (Perrott) Whittle '06, an entrepreneur, founder of Talkologie, UMass Theater alumna, and Chai Latte Enthusiast.

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The Lily's Revenge, a thesis in four parts: Meet director Jen Onopa

Monday, March 26, 2018

The final production of the UMass Department of Theater’s Mainstage 2017-2018 season represents not one, but four graduate student theses! Meet third year graduate students Jen Onopa who is directing The Lily's Revenge.

Creativity and enterprising spirit drive Student Work Series

Monday, March 19, 2018

What defines a UMass Theater major? We are innovative, passionate, hard working, and always on the lookout for opportunity. Furthermore, when that opportunity does not present itself, we create...

Troy David Mercier considers life as an artist

Thursday, February 22, 2018

Student Chris Gonzalez interviewed Troy David Mercier on his journey as an artist and how he finds fulfillment in the face of the obstacles life sets in his way....

Alison Kerr '17 dances into creative opportunities

Wednesday, January 3, 2018

Recent UMass Amherst Theater graduate Alison Kerr '17 made the most of her opportunities here, forming creative partnerships and finding mentors and backers among the faculty and alumni who gave her the chance to produce her own work and travel abroad to study.