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News and Events
Creative nurturing shapes the legacy of inspiration that is d a n a h b e l l a DanceWorks. Celebrating 10 years as Radford University’s professional dance company, they present two free performances April 27 and 28.
Matt Radford, a professional actor who appeared a decade ago in a Radford University play returns to direct Shakespeare’s “Twelfth Night; or, What You Will,” marking the revival of RU’s theatre guest artist program. The production opens April 14.
Competition was a theme both Radford University theatre students and faculty experienced in different ways during the Southeastern Theatre Conference (SETC) March 4-8 in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
Associate Professor of Theatre Wesley Young talks with L.A. based playwright Jeremiah Munsey about his Appalachian-set family drama "The Way It Has to Be" which makes its world premiere at RU February 18.
Known for its interest in producing Appalachian plays, Radford University’s Department of Theatre and Cinema is now rehearsing the world premiere of Jeremiah Munsey’s “The Way It Has To Be.” The family drama opens Feb. 18 in the Hawes Studio Theatre.
Radford University’s Department of Theatre and Cinema is now rehearsing the world premiere of Jeremiah Munsey’s “The Way It Has To Be.” This is the cast and crew announcement.
News from University Relations
RU Professor Emeritus Charles L. "Chuck" Hayes was honored on Oct. 19, when the stage in Pridemore Playhouse was named for him.
The almost-mythological tradition of sitting down together to a family dinner is the main course of "The Dining Room," the third production of the Radford University Department of Theatre and Cinema's 2013-14 season.
The art of dance is alive and well in the greater Radford University community thanks to the Department of Dance and the Radford University Ballet Youth program.
Radford University welcomed nearly 400 of the Commonwealth's most talented high school students to campus last week for its fourth hosting of the Virginia Summer Residential Governor's Schools in the Humanities and the Visual and Performing Arts.
The story of coal mining in Appalachia and the devastation of black lung disease will come to life when the Radford University Department of Dance presents "The Shadow Waltz," a dance and theatre piece inspired by oral histories of miners.