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News & Events
The Department of Theatre and Cinema proudly announces that casting is complete for the fall 2017 productions. That explains the recent excitement throughout the hallways of Porterfield.
What do you get when you cross New York City, 14 Radford University School of Dance and Theatre students, two faculty members, the Today Show and Disney Workshops? As dance and theatre majors discovered in May 2017, you get an incredible learning experience.
See what our alumni, faculty and students are doing the week of June 25, 2017.
Radford University dance majors performed in a new work, “Remember the Future,” on May 18 as part of the NASA Langley Research Center Centennial Tribute show at the Ferguson Center for the Arts in Newport News, Virginia.
See what CVPA alumni, faculty and students have accomplished in June 2017.
Interview with Addie Pawlick, Outstanding Senior in Theatre
An interview with Matthew Robinson, Outstanding Senior in Dance
Each year, with the coming of flowers and warmer breezes and the imminent end of the spring semester also comes “Making a Scene: An Evening of One Acts.” This project of the advanced directing class features each aspiring director’s final project presentation. The number of one acts depends on the number of students and this year that total is seven.
“The Farce of Martin of Cambray,” translated into modern English by Jody Enders as “Cooch E. Whippet,” depicts a dysfunctional relationship between a husband, Cooch and his wife Wilhelmina. Radford University Departments of English and Theatre present this collaboration at 6 p.m., April 18 and 19.