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December 6, 2022
Arts and Activism: Harlem’s Community Theaters
A UConn historian's new book shows how Harlem's theaters of the '20s and '30s helped pave the way for the civil rights movement.
‘West Side Story’ Rounds Out Nutmeg Summer Series
The popular musical about a clash of cultures remains as topical as ever in the political climate of 2016 America.
Fine Arts Alums Return for Roles in Summer Musical
Two UConn alums star in a 'grownup’s prequel to Peter Pan,' that flips the classic story of how an orphan boy became Peter Pan. Now onstage at CRT.
UConn Puppets Take the Pops
Follow the collaboration between UConn's Puppet Arts program and 'America's Orchestra,' from concept to dress rehearsal.
A Glimpse into the Life of the Professional Artist
Master of fine arts students learn to 'sell, schmooze, and network' through a tour of studios and private galleries in New York City.
‘Be Not Afraid of Greatness:’ Shakespeare’s First Folio Coming to UConn
The exhibition, celebrating the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare's death, will be on campus in September, accompanied by many other cultural events.
Acting Alum Debuts as Director of Musical Comedy
'Monty Python’s Spamalot,' based on the British comedy troupe’s send-up of the King Arthur legend, is onstage at UConn April 21-May1.
MFA Exhibition Explores Aspects of Self-Discovery
The themes represented in this year’s Master of Fine Arts exhibition include racial identity and rural upbringing.
UConn Musician Instrumental in Grammy Win
UConn string bass instructor Gregg August played bass on a track that earned a 2016 Grammy Award.
Intuition, Measuring, Math Underlie Artist’s Work
Minimalist Jong Oh tailors his installations to the exhibition space. His work is on display at the Contemporary Art Galleries.