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Music

CWRU mourns passing of Kulas Music Library Director Stephen H. Toombs

Date posted: August 23rd, 2016


As we prepare to return to CWRU for the fall semester, we regretfully share very sad news regarding our department staff family. Stephen Toombs, director of our Kulas Music Library, passed away last Wednesday, August 17, 2016. …Read more.

Dance

Gary Galbraith awarded Nord Grant to attend Troikatronix Isadora Werkstatt in Berlin (2016)

Date posted: July 14th, 2016

Gary Galbraith (Professor and Artistic Director) is the recipient of a 2016 Nord Grant to attend Troikatronix Isadora Werkstatt in Berlin (2016).  Professor Galbraith has developed a body of creative work utilizing various technologies including high-speed networks, live on-stage holograms, and live/responsive media.  …Read more.

Dance

Karlie Budge (BA, BS ’16) invited to join Martha Graham II Dance Company

Date posted: July 12th, 2016

Karlie Budge was the recipient of a full scholarship in dance four years ago and performed in every fall faculty and guest artist concert with the Department of Dance since her first semester.  …Read more.

Theater

Alum Makes a Backstage Stop at Playhouse Square

Date posted: May 9th, 2016

Story by Jill Davis
CWRU Department of Theater Alum Zane Beatty was in town this weekend on the last stop of the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater 2016 U.S. tour. Zane is Assistant Electrician with Alvin Ailey and has been all over the U.S. …Read more.

Theater

Eldred Theater’s 2016-17 Season Announced

 
Barefoot in the Park by Neil Simon
September 30-October 9, 2016
Directed by Ron Wilson
A young newly-wed couple are starting their life in New York City—he a young lawyer trying his first important case, she a very happy newlywed from a well-off family—but nothing goes as planned in this farce by one of America’s greatest comedic playwrights. …Read more.

Arts

Summer Schooled: Arts Student Travelog

Date posted: September 4th, 2014

Performing arts students across campus are starting rehearsals and preparing for a fall season full of events, performances and concerts. New music, fresh scripts and inventive choreography begin to test skills, and some students begin to fully realize that summer experiences will stay with them far beyond Labor Day.  …Read more.

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