Be sure to tune in to cheer on Theatre and Dance alumni Chelsea Pierce and Cooper Neely on A Chance to Dance, Friday August 24, 9 PM Central on the Ovation Network.
College of Fine Arts News
Susan Mickey, of Theatre and Dance and Beili Liu of Art and Art History have been given the Board of Regents' highest honor.
The American Alliance for Theatre and Education (AATE) awarded Professor Joan Lazarus the Campton Bell Lifetime Achievement Award.
Todd Lowe has found himself at the center of his own dramatic story arc this season as Terry Bellefleur on 'True Blood.'
The Miró Quartet was back for the evening with an ardent performance of Barber’s early String Quartet in B.
Best-selling novelist and 1997 Theatre and Dance alum Pamela Ribon’s fourth novel, You Take It From Here, hit the shelves this month to critical praise.
Trombone ensemble Subito Bones, led by Professor Nathanial Brickens, recently took first prize in Paris at the International Trombone Festival.
Texas Performing Arts’ flagship venue Bass Concert Hall has been ranked number 18 (mid-year ranking) on the top 100 Worldwide Theatre Venues for mid-year ticket sales.
Tsang performed Tchaikovsky's Variations on a Rococo Theme with the renowned orchestra on American Public Media's weekly program, "Symphony Cast." Listen to it here.
A publishing and entertainment empire has arisen around the supposed Mayan “end date” of December 21, 2012. But a second reference to the date, discovered only recently in Guatemala by a team including UT’s David Stuart, further debunks the theory that the Maya expected the world to end.