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As one of the top-tier theatre training programs in the nation, the School of Theatre challenges its students to grow as artists and individuals as they explore the world of theatre and where they fit into it. The School provides its students with a wide variety of theatrical and educational opportunities.
You’ve seen her on Broadway in Memphis and The Color Purple as well as on the small screen, most recently in one of my favorites, Hostages as well as Smash to name a few. Now, Montego Glover recurs on the hit Fox show, The Following as FBI Agent Lawrence and she took some time out today to talk to Hollywood: The Write Way about her latest role, Broadway, and more. Please note that this interview includes spoilers for The Following.
The School of Theatre at Florida State will present The Melody Lingers On: The Songs of Irving Berlin as the Annual Benefit Concert. This concert features classics such as “Alexander’s Ragtime Band,” “Puttin’ on the Ritz,” “Blue Skies,” “There’s No Business Like Show Business,” and “White Christmas,” The Melody Lingers On provides an experience rich in nostalgia. This year’s Benefit Concert features the stars of tomorrow, talented FSU Music Theatre students exploring the timeless work of Irving Berlin.
Two School of Theatre alums have been selected to represent FSU in the Off-Broadway bootcamp called The Araca Project. Catie Humphreys (BA Theatre, 2009) and David Kimple (BFA Acting, 2010) have spent this week in master-classes with Broadway and Off-Broadway professionals that are helping to bridge the gap between school and professional theatre.
School of Theatre graduate Holly Ann Butler, class of 2005, recently joined the Broadway cast of On the Town, which began previews on September 20. She joins such stars as Michael Rupert, Allison Guinn, Phillip Boykin, Tony Yazbeck, and Stephen DeRosa in this classic revival directed by John Rando and choreographed by Joshua Bergasse.
School of Theatre alum Steven Sears celebrates the release of his new book, The Non-User-Friendly Guide for Aspiring TV Writers: Experience and Advice from the Trenches (Million Dollar Writing Series).
Alumni Frankie J. Alvarez is playing the fiery aspiring contemporary artist Agustín opposite stage-and-screen stars Jonathan Groff and Murray Bartlett in a new dramedy for HBO called Looking. Created by Michael Lannan and directed by Andrew Haigh, the show centers around three gay best friends living and loving in San Francisco.
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January 11, 2015
Fine Arts Annex - Room 117
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