Theater Auditions – Wednesday, August 29

Auditions for this semester’s theater productions will be held on Wednesday, Aug. 29. Auditions are open to all Ursinus students. If you are interested in auditioning, please sign up for a time on the 2nd floor of Kaleidoscope. Read More»


View the Fall 2012 On Campus

The Fall 2012 On Campus brochure is now available. It includes information about exhibitions in the Berman Museum of Art, and programs in Bomberger Auditorium, The Kaleidoscope Performing Arts Center, and other sites on campus. Read More»


Adjunct Nominated for Tony Award

Tobin Ost, who taught in the Ursinus Department of Theater and Dance last fall, is nominated for a Tony Award for his set design for the show Newsies. Ost took his students backstage at his previous show, Bonnie and Clyde. He is nominated with Sven Ortel. Clips are online here.

 


Prof. Redman Contributes to Book on Asian Theater

An essay on Asian theatre/performance pedagogy by Beverly Redman, assistant professor of Theater, passed a peer review process and will appear in a book on Asian theater and performance in western contexts. The book is being created out of the work of a group of scholars that met at the University of Lodz, Poland, in the winter of 2010. Read More»


Students to Perform “I Hate Hamlet”

John Barrymore

The Ursinus College Theater Department will present I Hate Hamlet, a play written by Paul Rudnick, on March 28, 29, 30 and 31 in the Kaleidoscope Performing Arts Center’s Lenfest Theater. Showtime each night is 7:30 p.m. Read More»


Theater Professor Stars in Pet Therapy Video

Domenick Scudera

Professor of Theater Domenick Scudera was invited last summer to do a presentation about pet therapy for the Karabots Junior Fellows at the College of Physicians of Philadelphia.  While there, he was interviewed by Dr. Robert Hicks, the Director of the Mutter Museum.  Read More»


Professors Collaborate on “A Bright Swarm of Beetles”

A Bright Swarm of Beetles

A Bright Swarm of Beetles, a world-premiere production written by Ursinus professor and professional playwright Don Zolidis and directed by Ursinus theater professor Domenick Scudera, is based on the career of Mikhail Bulgakov, one of the greatest writers of the Soviet Union. Read More»