Tag: African American Theatre Program

Theatre Arts alum returns to direct upcoming show for Black History...

Theatre Arts' African American Theatre Program presents “Fabulation or the Re-education of Undine,” Feb. 23-March 4 in celebration of Black History Month. “Fabulation” is a...

Theatre Arts welcomes new chair Kevin Gawley

This semester marks a grand changing of guards in Theatre Arts, as Kevin Gawley, assistant professor and resident scenic, lighting and projection designer, settles...

African American Theatre Program ready for annual MLK Celebration

The University of Louisville's The African American Theatre Program will stage several opportunities to observe Martin Luther King Jr. Day and Black History Month this year. The...

Theatre Arts kicks off new season with ‘Miss Ida B. Wells’

The University of Louisville Department of Theatre Arts new season kicks off with the African American Theatre Program’s rendition of “Miss Ida B. Wells,”...

Theatre Arts announces a season of plays written by women

This past year, three new faculty members joined the University of Louisville Department of Theatre Arts: Jenn Ariadne Calvano, who teaches acting and movement, Janna Segal, who...

UofL Theatre Arts student works with Locust Grove to bring story...

Research reveals some 200 years ago, enslaved African American women likely would have tended a distillery at Locust Grove, one of Louisville’s largest, most...

African American Theatre Program selected to perform ‘Baltimore’ at national festival

The Department of Theatre Arts African American Theatre Program was selected to perform “Baltimore" during the 2017 National Black Theatre Festival in North Carolina this...

MLK Week activities planned for campus community

UofL will mark the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. through a number of free events during the week of Jan. 13-20. Many of the...

UofL Theatre Arts kicking off season with August Wilson’s ‘Fences’

University of Louisville Theatre Arts kicks off its 2016-17 season with the Pulitzer Prize winning “Fences,” the 1950s entry in August Wilson's famed "Pittsburgh...