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Valerie Curtis-Newton Director's Notes: by Valerie Curtis-Newton November 6, 2013
performance of Cafe Variations SITI Company: Café Variations November 6, 2013
performance of The Trial Alumni News November 6, 2013
Upcoming Events November 6, 2013
New Musical Theater degree begins with outreach, talent search October 28, 2013
MFA Alum Desdemona Chiang's Azeotrope Opens Two Productions at ACT October 23, 2013
Hound of the Baskervilles poster In the Community October 15, 2013
Summer 2013 Wrap-Up October 1, 2013
Love Song playbill The Undergraduate Theater Society Presents Love Song October 1, 2013
Scott Magelssen Meet New Associate Professor Scott Magelssen October 1, 2013
The Real Inspector Hound | Oct 16-27 | Jones Playhouse Sneak Peak: The Real Inpector Hound October 1, 2013
Pussy Riot Performing Arts Lecture Series - Radical Acts: Performance and Social Change October 1, 2013
BA Alum Jocelyn Maher Shines as Lead in Book-It's "She's Come Undone" September 26, 2013
"The Inspiration Inquiry" - Valerie Curtis-Newton and Deborah Trout weigh-in on the role of arts at a research institution September 7, 2013
Valerie Curtis-Newton discusses race, the power of the maid, and playwright Alice Childress September 4, 2013
The University of Washington interviews Barry Witham on his new book August 20, 2013
Alumni featured in Azeotrope's Gruesome Playground Injuries August 1, 2013
Alumni Jennifer Zeyl & Melanie Taylor Burgess excel in Stu for Silverton July 23, 2013
Bahar Karlidag Welcome Fulbright Scholars June 3, 2013
Photo from Henry Art Museum, hankblog Stories of Cambodian returnees form basis of play by Drama school prof November 1, 2011
Harp Song rehearsals Harp Song inspired by Everyday Heroes September 23, 2011
Henriette (Marissa Lichwick) begins to doubt the sincerity of La Frochard (Andrea Snow) Enter the world of melodrama — as it was really done — in School of Drama’s ‘The Two Orphans’ April 23, 2009
From left, Ryan Barrett, Sean Callahan, Michael Farag, Barry Witham and Elise Hunt work on a model of the Fortune, an Elizabethan theater that was a contemporary of Shakespeare’s Globe Restoration of theater models sparks interest in Depression-era WPA and the arts April 27, 2006
Odai Johnson An Early American Theater Lost . . . and Found April 21, 2005
Spotlight on Seattle: Drama prof writes about the local version of Federal Theatre Project February 12, 2004


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