The annual Ostrander Awards honor the best in local live theatre, and Rhodes’ McCoy Theatre has received several nominations in the college division.
Quentin Hebda, who graduated from Rhodes in 2013 with a B.A. in theatre, has established himself in New York City’s theatre world.
Karissa Coady ’18, a participant in the Rhodes Bonner Scholarship Program, is the driving force behind a new play at Caritas Village, a community and cultural arts center in the Binghampton neighborhood.
Ecumenica has appointed Dr. David Mason as its new editor, to direct the journal’s content and to oversee the operations of its non-profit organization.
Actress and playwright Jazmin Miller, who is a 2008 Rhodes alumna, has returned to her alma mater with a one-woman show titled “Thirteen” which sheds light on human trafficking in Memphis.
The Ostrander Awards honor the best in local live theater. Awards are given in a wide range of categories including acting, directing, and back-stage contributions in both college and community divisions.
A passion for theatre guides the college career of Francesqa Santos ’15, both on campus and beyond