A mainstage production in the school of Theatre, Dance and Performance Studies at the University of Maryland. Directed by Tony Award winner Brian MacDevitt.
A multidisciplinary performance event recreating the 1615 Ommegang of Brussels. This collaboration between The School of Theatre, Dance and Performance Studies and the Victoria and Albert Museum utilized digital techniques to animate paintings alongside live performance to immerse the audience in the event. Curated by Professor Frank Hildy.
A mainstage production of Oscar Wilde's famous play produced by the School of Theatre, Dance and Performance Studies at the University of Maryland. Directed by Amber McGuiness.
A mainstage production of Howard Barker's text in the Department of Theatre, Film and Television Studies at Aberystwyth University. Directed by scholar David Ian Rabey.
A play that gives a first-hand account of the innermost struggles and aspirations of a modern Iranian family and the gender dynamics in play—highlighting the similarities of our lived experiences across cultures and borders
A performance event in Utrecht by the Dutch collective Radio Kootwijk Live. Various disciplines coming together in search of 'that perfect moment'.
Written by Shane Peacock, this world premier focuses on the famed Camp X used for training spies during the Second World War. Directed by Kim Blackwell.
A large-scale re-enactment of the Royal Visit by the prince of Wales to Canada in 1860. This project received a grant from the Canadian Ministry of Heritage and Official Languages and was facilitated through the Arnprior and District Museum. This one-day event was viewed by over 2000 people.
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