Dr. Joy Brooke Fairfield, assistant professor of theatre, stars in Fun Home at Playhouse on the Square, until May 27.
Theatre, art, and film students joined together to submit a dance video in an online international dance video project in collaboration with the Pina Bausch Foundation.
Rhodes Theatre Guild's performance of pool (no water) is the first of four productions planned for McCoy Theatre's spring season.
Prof. Joy Brooke Fairfield performed the lead role in a staged reading of playwright Carey Crim’s “Never Not Once” at the annual conference of the Association for Theatre in Higher Education in Las Vegas on August 7.
The Ostrander Awards nominations, honoring excellence in Memphis theater, have been announced.
The Rhodes College Department of Theatre gave students a unique opportunity to get their physical education requirement: aerial performance.
Last fall, Theatre Memphis and Rhodes College came together to cultivate the arts through the Central High School Fellowship, funded by the Riea and Steve Lainoff Fellowship Program.
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