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Department of Theatre
Arthur Miller’s searing 1953 commentary on McCarthysim focuses on Salem, Massachusetts, in the 1690s. It runs through Oct. 28.
Master’s student Trevor Dotson found a left-brain, right-brain balance and brought functional creativity to the theater world.
Join us for a celebratory evening honoring the Las Vegas arts community for its dedicated support of the arts and culture.
Oscar Wilde's sparkling comedy runs through Oct. 7 in the Judy Bayley Theatre.
Join us in celebrating the 15th anniversary of NCT with a season that brings a new perspective on classic works for our modern world.
From magic and witchcraft to building robots using Legos, these wild courses can put swordfighters in training and future presidents ready to deal with environmental catastrophe.
A portion of the proceeds from the sale of his newly released memoir will benefit the UNLV Debbie Reynolds Performing Arts Scholarship.
This interdisciplinary musical includes the School of Music and department of dance and is dedicated to the memory of NCT founder Robert Brewer.
Much like athletes, professional musicians, dancers, and artists are prone to career-ending injuries. Music professor Stephen Caplan explains.
This startlingly modern, all-female production of the classic tragedy investigates the relationship between true democracy and unbridled political power.
This new department chair says the move to UNLV allows her to continue her commitment to developing new generations of theater devotees.
Excluded as a black man from the major leagues during his prime, Troy Maxon's bitterness takes its toll on his relationships with his wife and son.
This magical journey reminds Scrooge — and every one of us — of the transformative power of love, friendship, and generosity.
Good kids wouldn’t do something so bad, would they?
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Theatre In The News
Like Shakespeare’s Hamlet, Pippin is a prince — the son of the medieval king Charlemagne.
The more things change, the more they stay the same.
For some, it’s their first turn at bat. Other players have been in the game for some time.
JJ Brennan started his bachelor’s degree when Harry Truman was president and “Hopalong Cassidy” was a popular TV series.
An 85-year-old man is among the UNLV students who will be graduating Saturday.
Assistant Professor, Theatre Arts
An expert in Shakespearean theatre and theatrical history