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We have had a great fall semester in Theatre and Media Performance at SU. Over 1,000 people had the opportunity to see live theatre this semester between our productions of The Odd Couple and Oedipus Rex. ...Click here to read more.

The Odd Couple opens Thursday.  Tickets are selling fast!!

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Theatre and Media Performance Program Coordinator Ryan Clark led Professor Alex Boulton’s HIST 211- Ancient Greece and Rome class through a workshop last Thursday. Students devised a theatre piece based on a choral ode from Oedipus Rex. Check out some of the fantastic and creative work.  

Wil Crowther is celebrating twenty-five years as the resident costume designer for Stevenson University. Wil has designed for such theatres as Rep Stage, Iron Crow Theatre, Axis Theatre, Theatre Hopkins and Center Stage. Selected costume design credits include The Tempest, The Yellow Wallpaper, Hedwig and the Angry Inch, Angels in America and Sunset Boulevard. Currently Wil is working on The Odd Couple and Oedipus Rex—SU’s fall productions. I had a moment to chat with Wil about some thoughts on his Stevenson/Villa Julie College Theatre experiences....Click here to read more.

Rehearsals began this week for the Theatre and Media Performance production of The Odd Couple (female version) by Neil Simon directed by Chris Roberts.  We are very excited by the amazing comic talent of this group!

Pictured from left to right: Destiny Gross, Tyler Rutherford, Aaleiah Poindexter, Amanda McCloud...Click here to read more.

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