After 5 weeks out on the road our co-production with CHORALE - A SAM SHEPARD ROADSHOW begins in London TONIGHT at the CLF Art Cafe at The Bussey Building. Grab your now!
The Events has a new cast! Fresh from the award-winning The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, Amanda Drew will join the show as Claire and Clifford Samuel, who has worked with The Wooster Group and RSC, will play The Boy.
At CEHD, students from a variety of disciplines, including kinesiology, family social science, child development and more, showcased the impact of their research on daily life. Judges Keith Mayes, Margie Soran and R.T. Rybak evaluated each contestant for the $500 first place and $250 runner-up awards while the audience awarded another $250 to the people’s choice winner.
From the Institute of Child Development, Michelle Brown’s presentation on the ‘domino effect’ of child maltreatment, and how the influence of just one mentor can make a difference, earned her first place:
The 3MT was a showcase of the immense talent of CEHD students, the work they’re involved in and how their research is impacting communities around the world. It’s CEHD’s intent to host 3MT next year and in the future, demonstrating how students and faculty are improving lives through active academic research and community engagement.
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Local reporters may apply by February 15 for the Weather Eye Award, an opportunity to write for a national audience about disaster resilience in local communities.
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arrive in London tonight! After producing this show in cities all over the country it is exciting to finally bring this piece of theatre to the.
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had a cracking opening show at HighTide Festival last week, catch it from today at , Bristol till Friday 22nd Sept. Then if you missed it in London it will be on for one night at the , Richmond this Sunday 24 Sept.
A coaching session for participants was held in early February. The session was presented by and was facilitated by Julia Course, actor and performance coach. She shared strategies on how to relax and prepare mind and body for a presentation, how to connect voice and gestures, how to hook the audience with a compelling opener, and various rehearsal techniques to minimize performance anxiety.
We are extremly pleased to announce that we will be reviving as the opening show of this year's Dublin Theatre Festival. Honoured to be part of the festival, and excited to work with the people of Dublin on this .