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Performance Newsletters

Each month, we provide you the latest information on School of Drama productions and artists, as well as alumni working in the regional theater community. You’ll get the inside scoop on performances, special events, ticket offers, and more. Sign-up today.

Contents:  Opening Next Week: Sueño! ; First Year MFA Directors present Cock and Crumble ; Opening Tonight: UTS' Spring Awakening ; Mickey Rowe (BA '11) cast as first openly autistic actor in The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time ; Student discount for Welcome to Braggsville! ; Student & Alumni News, May 2017
Contents: Undergrad director Jake Lemberg on directing Wolves and the power of love, trust, and "accomplishing nothing" in the rehearsal room; FREE Discussion Panel: "Exploration of Youth Resistance: Past and Present" ; Up Next: Orlando; Tina Polzin (MFA '15) Awarded Innovation Seed Grant for Lady from the Sea ; Alumni & Student New, April 2017
Contents: Opening Tonight: Pippin! ; Announcing Cock and Crumble! ; UW Night at the Seattle Rep's Dry Powder ; Professor Valerie Curtis-Newton Awarded Artist Trust's Innovator Award; Student and Alumni News, March 2017
Contents: Running Now: As You Like It; Hungry for more Shakespeare? ; As You Like It Lobby Talk: Green World in Technicolor; Alumni Work in Seattle: Dry Powder and Bring Down the House; UTS Presents: Medea; Alumni and Faculty News, February 2017
Contents: Recap: Iphigenia and Other Daughters; Recap: Fucking A; Recap: The Inexplicable Redemption of Agent G; Recap: UTS and Other Events; Up Next: Winter Quarter 2017; Alumni News - December 2016
Contents: Up Next: Fucking A; Coming Soon: The Inexplicable Redemption of Agent G; New Faculty Spotlight: Bridget Connors; UTS Presents: The Complete Works of Shakespeare (abriged) [revised]; November 2016 Alumni News
Contents: Iphigenia and Other Daughters Performing Now!; TONIGHT! PALS: The Arts and Humanities in the STEM-Focused Academy ; Joel McHale at University Bookstore Book Signing Event!; Congratulations to Our Gregory Award Winners! ; Debate: An Improvised Comedy Kick's Off UTS' Season! ; Alumni New October 2016
Contents: Say Hello to Our New Graduate Students! ; Tré Cotten to Appear in A Raisin in the Sun at the Seattle Rep!; Lots of Love for Wedding Band, and more Hansberry Project News! ; Fresh from the Fringe: Isabel Martin's (BA '17) Lesson in Art, Scotland, and Self-Discovery ; Alumni News September 2016
Contents: 2016–17 Season Announcement; Where to See Students Work This Summer
Contents: 2016–17 Scholarship & Award Recipients; Summer Plans 2016; Goodbye for Now to the School of Drama, from Judy Shahn; Alumni News, June 2016
Contents: Up Next: ...And Hilarity Ensues...; UTS Presents: Hamlet; Coming Up: Skies Over Seattle; Reunion Recap; Alumni News, May 2016
Contents: Up Next: Force Continuum; UTS Presents: The Secretaries; Simon Tran (BA '16) reflects on the Civil Rights Pilgrimage; Drama PhD Students Delve into Medieval Manuscript Pages in UW Special Collections; Alumni News, April 2016
Contents: New Play Workshop: People Sitting in Darkness; Exhibition Opening: Production Design at UW Drama; Mellon Foundation grants $750,000 to fund performing arts research; Melody Donais, Drama senior, on producing and directing 4.48 Psychosis; Alumni News, March 2016
Contents: Up Next: The Walk Across America for Mother Earth; Up Next: Brooklyn Bridge; UTS Presents: The Language Archive; Desdemona Chiang (MFA '09) receives 2016 Vilcek Prize for Creative Promise ; Design Wing Named for Sarah Nash Gates; Alumni News, February 2016
Contents: New Play Workshop: The Tale of the Heike; Lost & Founded 3: Bathhouse Theatre; Musical Theater: The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee; Performance Studies Research Group Lecture; Alumni News: January 2016
Contents: In Memory of Sarah Nash Gates; Prof. Valerie Curtis-Newton appointed co-curator of Intiman 2016; Cathy Madden directed The Withing Project; In The Seattle Times: Seattle's Young Artistic Directors; Alumni News—December 2015
Contents: Up Next: Loot; In Partnership with Jet City Improv: Beginnings: First Breath; Recap of Lost & Founded with Seattle's Group Theatre; Share Your Alumni Story; Alumni News, Nov 2015
Contents: Season Opener: The Cradle Will Rock; UTS Presents: Electra; Seattle Theatre Symposium; Lost & Founded: Seattle Group Theatre; Alumni News—October 2015
Contents: Season and Single Tickets Now on Sale; Alumni Event: Bootycandy Discount and Reception; Lost & Founded: Reading Series Opener; Invest in the School of Drama; The Privilege of Time, Study, and Solitude; Alumni News, September 2015; Upcoming Events
Contents: Alumni Project: Pre-Screening of "Becoming Mermaid"; Alumni Event: "Bootycandy" Discount and Reception; Invest in the School of Drama; Lost & Founded: Reading Series Opener; Alumni Spotlight: Naomi Mercer (BA '00); Alumni News—August 2015
Contents: Summer Plans 2015; Announcing the 2015–2016 UTS Season; Alumni News, June 2015
Contents: On Stage: Boys' Life; UTS Presents: On the Verge; From Student to Producer - Michael Joseph Hanley; Celebrating Ruben Van Kempen; Alumni News—May 2015
Contents: MFA Directors' Debut: William Inge's Bus Stop; Two Directors, Two Visions, One Play; STORIES FROM CHINATOWN: a living theater project; Alumni News, April 2015
Contents: Full Circle—Spotlight on Taigé Kussman (BA ’14); Developing Character—Tara Velan (PATP) on Her Process; PATP Showcase Tour; Alumni News, March 2015
Contents: UTS Presents: Cabaret; MFA Directing Thesis: The Hostage; Elizabeth Wu, Guest Blogger, Part 2; Alumni News, February 2015
Contents: UTS Presents: Yellow Face; MFA Directing Thesis: Twelfth Night; Elizabeth Wu, Guest Blogger; Final Weekend: A Streetcar Named Desire; Alumni News: January 2015
Contents: UTS Presents: The Picture of Dorian Gray; Invest in an Actor; Drama Picks for December; Coming Up in Winter Quarter; Alumni News - December 2014; A Christmas Story, the Musical at The 5th Avenue
Contents: Performing Arts Lecture Series; Season Opener: Cold Empty Terrible; UTS Presents: Neighborhood 3: Requisition of Doom; Order Your Season Subscription Today; Alumni News - October 2014; The Man Who Can Forget Anything at On the Boards
Contents: 2014-2015 Tickets on Sale Today; Meet Our Incoming Graduate Students; Theatre and Art Around Town; Gavin Reub (BA '10) writes about "Taking Chekhov to Tashkent" for American Theatre Magazine; Alumni News - September 2014
Contents: MFA Designer Roundtable; In Memoriam: Jay Glerum; Save the Date: Tickets on Sale Soon!; Faculty and Alums Receive Gregory Award Nominations; Alumni News - August 2014
Contents: Celebrating Sarah Nash Gates; Summer Plans; Announcing our 2014-2015 Season; Announcing the UTS 2014-2015 Season; Professor Valerie Curtis-Newton Nominated for 2014 Stranger Genius Award; Alumni News
Contents: New Play Reading with Mark Jenkins; Up Next: The Workroom; UTS Presents: Dog Sees God; Whit MacLaughlin and New Paradise Laboratories; Alumni News; Upcoming Events
Contents: Up Next: The Beggar's Opera; Introducing the Horse in Motion Theatre Company; UW School of Drama Night at Seattle Repertory Theatre; BA Slot: Prince of Pears; Alumni News; Upcoming Events
Contents: Honoring Meri Wada; On Stage Now: The Arabian Nights; The Undergraduate Theater Society Presents: A Map of Virtue; Alumni News; Upcoming Events
Contents: Introducing the UW School of Drama Blog; Final Weekend: Reading to Vegetables; Alumni News; Upcoming Events; Seattle Public Theater: American Wee-Pie
Contents: World Premiere: Reading to Vegetables; Manifesting Destiny - Tina Polzin; Andrew McMasters & Jet City Improv; UTS Presents: Reefer Madness; Alumni News; Upcoming Events
Contents: Final Weekend for Woyzeck; Invest in an Actor; Sarah Nash Gates Designs Costumes for Oliver!; Drama Picks for your December!; Alumni News; Upcoming Events
Contents: Sneak Peek: Fifth of July; Director's Notes: by Valerie Curtis-Newton; SITI Company: Café Variations; Alumni News; Upcoming Events
Contents: Sneak Peak: The Real Inpector Hound; Performing Arts Lecture Series - Radical Acts: Performance and Social Change; Meet New Associate Professor Scott Magelssen; The Undergraduate Theater Society Presents Love Song; Summer 2013 Wrap-Up; In the Community