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  1. Student Body by Frank Winters
    Fall 2018 Theatre Arts Production
  2. Student Body by Frank Winters
    Fall 2018 Theatre Arts Production
  3. Student Body by Frank Winters
    Fall 2018 Theatre Arts Production
  4. Student Body by Frank Winters
    Fall 2018 Theatre Arts Production
  5. Student Body by Frank Winters
    Fall 2018 Theatre Arts Production
  6. Student Body by Frank Winters
    Fall 2018 Theatre Arts Production
  7. Student Body by Frank Winters
    Fall 2018 Theatre Arts Production
  8. New Voices, New Stories—Staged Readings
    Staged readings of plays from UMass Boston playwrights
  9. New Voices, New Stories—Staged Readings
    Staged readings of plays from UMass Boston playwrights
  10. New Voices, New Stories—Staged Readings
    Staged readings of plays from UMass Boston playwrights
  11. Performing Arts Recognizes Graduating Students for Departmental Distinction
    Students in Music, Theatre Arts recognized for exemplary scholarship, performance, at UMass Boston
  12. Theatre Arts Announces 2018-19 Season
    New Voices, Student Body by Frank Winters, and Spring Guest Director Dawn M. Simmons
  13. Auditions!  Theatre Arts Call for Actors for Two Fall Productions
    Open auditions for Student Body by Frank Winters, New Voices Readings
  14. Auditions!  Theatre Arts Call for Actors for Two Fall Productions
    Open auditions for Student Body by Frank Winters, New Voices Readings
  15. Kennedy Center Honors, and a Prestigious Apprenticeship Off Theatre Arts Season
    End of the World ends with recognition
  16. Theatre Arts’ ‘End of the World’ Explores Tech, High School, Humanity
    Bekah Brunstetter's Nothing is the End of the World (except the end of the world) opens in University Hall Theatre
  17. ‘End of the world’ is April 5. Get tickets
    Theatre Arts' spring production of Bekah Brunstetter's 2013 comedy/drama, tickets now on sale
  18. Nothing is the End of the World (except the end of the world)
    The Spring 2018 Theatre Arts mainstage production
  19. Nothing is the End of the World (except the end of the world)
    The Spring 2018 Theatre Arts mainstage production
  20. Nothing is the End of the World (except the end of the world)
    The Spring 2018 Theatre Arts mainstage production
  21. Nothing is the End of the World (except the end of the world)
    The Spring 2018 Theatre Arts mainstage production
  22. Nothing is the End of the World (except the end of the world)
    The Spring 2018 Theatre Arts mainstage production
  23. Nothing is the End of the World (except the end of the world)
    The Spring 2018 Theatre Arts mainstage production
  24. Nothing is the End of the World (except the end of the world)
    The Spring 2018 Theatre Arts mainstage production
  25. UMass Boston’s Jacques Matellus Wins National Kennedy Center Acting Award
    Back to back top honors for UMass Boston actors
  26. Earnest, Spectacular Cast and Crew Nominated for Kennedy Center
    UMass Boston represented at Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival Region 1
  27. The Musical Theatre Holiday Spectacular
    A Wintery Song and Dance Blast of Awesomeness!
  28. Importance of Being Earnest Closes a Sell Out Run
    Theatre Arts closes successful run tonight, looks ahead to a Holiday Spectacular
  29. OPEN AUDITION: Theatre Arts Spring Production
    Presenting Nothing is the End of the World (except the end of the World) by Bekah Brunstetter
  30. OPEN AUDITION: Theatre Arts Spring Production
    Presenting Nothing is the End of the World (except the end of the World) by Bekah Brunstetter
  31. The Importance of Being Earnest - Fall 2017 Theatre Arts
    A Trivial Comedy for Serious People
  32. The Importance of Being Earnest - Fall 2017 Theatre Arts
    A Trivial Comedy for Serious People
  33. The Importance of Being Earnest - Fall 2017 Theatre Arts
    A Trivial Comedy for Serious People
  34. The Importance of Being Earnest - Fall 2017 Theatre Arts
    A Trivial Comedy for Serious People
  35. The Importance of Being Earnest - Fall 2017 Theatre Arts
    A Trivial Comedy for Serious People
  36. The Importance of Being Earnest - Fall 2017 Theatre Arts
    A Trivial Comedy for Serious People
  37. The Importance of Being Earnest - Fall 2017 Theatre Arts
    A Trivial Comedy for Serious People
  38. Theatre Arts Announces the Cast of The Importance of Being Earnest, Tickets on Sale
    Fall Theatre Arts mainstage production opens November 2
  39. Performing Arts Breaks Boundaries with Audacious Performances
    So begins a calendar with a nod to the groundbreakers of the past in music and theatre, decidedly fresh takes and new beginnings.
  40. Auditions for Importance of Being Earnest, Q & A with Director Carrie Ann Quinn
    Open auditions for fall Theatre Arts production September 12 and 13
  41. Theatre Arts Orientation
    Welcome back theatre arts majors and minors, and welcome to our new transfer students
  42. AUDITION: The Holiday Musical Theatre Spectacular
    Open Auditions: Roles open to ALL UMass Boston students
  43. AUDITION - The Importance of Being Earnest
    A Trivial Comedy for Serious People -- Auditions open at all UMass Boston students
  44. AUDITION - The Importance of Being Earnest
    Open audition prior the fall theatre arts mainstage production, open to all UMass Boston students
  45. Comedy of Errors, by William Shakespeare
    UMass Boston Theatre Art's mainstage production of Shakespeare's comedy of masks, mistaken identity, and mayhem
  46. Comedy of Errors, by William Shakespeare
    The spring theatre arts production is a tale of masks, mistaken identity, and mayhem.
  47. Comedy of Errors, by William Shakespeare
    The spring theatre arts production is a tale of masks, mistaken identity, and mayhem.
  48. Comedy of Errors, by William Shakespeare
    The spring theatre arts production is a tale of masks, mistaken identity, and mayhem.
  49. Comedy of Errors, by William Shakespeare
    The spring theatre arts production is a tale of masks, mistaken identity, and mayhem.
  50. Comedy of Errors, by William Shakespeare
    The spring theatre arts production is a tale of masks, mistaken identity, and mayhem.
  51. Comedy of Errors, by William Shakespeare
    The Performing Arts Department's tale of masks, mistaken identity, and mayhem opens on Thursday, April 6 in University Hall Theatre.
  52. Shakespeare’s Comedy of Errors Cast Announced, Tickets Now on Sale, Opens April 6
    Masks, mistaken identity, and Shakespeare's famous word play on hand at the spring theatre arts production
  53. Added Audition Night—Shakespeare’s Comedy of Errors
    An additional audition night has been added for the spring 2017 production.
  54. AUDITION - Theatre Arts, Comedy of Errors
    This is the second day of auditions for this William Shakespeare's Comedy of Errors, open to all UMass Boston students. Callbacks will be held Thursday, February 9.
  55. UMass Boston’s Stanzi Potenza wins Kennedy Center Actor Award
    Theatre Arts Cast, crew and faculty shine at Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival Region 1
  56. Bat Boy: The Musical Launches New University Hall Theatre, Opening Thursday
    Rock and roll, horror, comic musical explores prejudice through a half-bat, half-boy, made famous by the Weekly World News
  57. New Voices, New Stories: A Celebration of Student Playwrights
    Staged readings of new works by UMass Boston writers
  58. Theatre Arts Students Learn Face Casting, Mask Making for 2016-17 Productions
    Students in the Costume Shop prepare for a season of theatre arts productions centering on masks and freaks.
  59. Theatre Arts Auditions—Bat Boy: The Musical and New Voices
    Audition opportunity for all students for the fall theatre arts productions
  60. Theatre Arts Auditions—Bat Boy: The Musical and New Voices
    Audition opportunity for all students for the fall theatre arts productions
  61. Bat Boy: The Musical
    The Fall Production of the UMass Boston Theatre Arts Program
  62. Bat Boy: The Musical
    The Fall Production of the UMass Boston Theatre Arts Program
  63. Bat Boy: The Musical
    The Fall Production of the UMass Boston Theatre Arts Program
  64. Bat Boy: The Musical
    The Fall Production of the UMass Boston Theatre Arts Program
  65. Bat Boy: The Musical
    The Fall Production of the UMass Boston Theatre Arts Program
  66. Bat Boy: The Musical
    The Fall Production of the UMass Boston Theatre Arts Program
  67. Bat Boy: The Musical
    The Fall Production of the UMass Boston Theatre Arts Program
  68. Theatre Arts Orientation
    Performing Arts welcomes all Theatre Arts Majors
  69. Auditions Announced for Theatre Arts Production of Bat Boy: The Musical & New Voices, New Stories
    Open auditions for the fall Theatre Arts productions
  70. Theatre Arts Professor Honored for Lifetime Achievement in the Arts
    Prof. Rafael Jaen in the Performing Arts Department honored by Salem State University
  71. UMass Boston Costume Design Professor to Receive Lifetime Achievement Award
    Rafael Jaen, assistant professor of costume design, will receive the Lifetime Achievement in the Arts Award from Salem State University on Tuesday, May 10.
  72. Polaroid Stories Opens, Classical Mythology Meets Dangerous World of Teen Runaways
    Theatre Arts spring production explores teenage homelessness
  73. Polaroid Stories—the Spring Theatre Arts Production
    Iizuka’s drama blends classical mythology and modern-day story telling with the visceral world of teenage runaways.
  74. Polaroid Stories—the Spring Theatre Arts Production
    Iizuka’s drama blends classical mythology and modern-day story telling with the visceral world of teenage runaways.
  75. Polaroid Stories—the Spring Theatre Arts Production
    Iizuka’s drama blends classical mythology and modern-day story telling with the visceral world of teenage runaways.
  76. Polaroid Stories—the Spring Theatre Arts Production
    Iizuka’s drama blends classical mythology and modern-day story telling with the visceral world of teenage runaways.
  77. Polaroid Stories—the Spring Theatre Arts Production
    Iizuka’s drama blends classical mythology and modern-day story telling with the visceral world of teenage runaways.
  78. Polaroid Stories—the Spring Theatre Arts Production
    Iizuka’s drama blends classical mythology and modern-day story telling with the visceral world of teenage runaways.
  79. Celebrate the Arts at UMass Boston
    Please join the College of Liberal Arts, along with the Art and Performing Arts Departments, as we celebrate our new spaces in University Hall!
  80. Theatre Arts Presents ‘Polaroid Stories’
    The Department of Performing Arts presents Polaroid Stories by Naomi Iizuka, a play merging the gritty world of teen runaways with classic mythology, starting April 7 in the McCormack Theatre.
  81. Call for Submissions: New Voices, New Stories
    Now accepting submissions from UMass Boston playwrights
  82. Theatre Art Students Perform at Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival
    UMass Boston's actors, designers, and playwrights recognized for excellence among students from seven states at annual college theater festival
  83. Theatre Arts Announces “Polaroid Stories” Auditions, Open Call, and 2016-2017 Season
    Play merges Greek myth with stories of teenage runaways, and coming next fall, Bat Boy: The Musical
  84. Museum Opens Dec. 3, Explores How We Experience Art
    Tina Howe's play remains relevant as 38 characters interact with modern art, from awe to idiocy
  85. Theatre Auditions: Polaroid Stories by Naomi Iizuka
    Open auditions for the cast of Polaroid Stories by Naomi Iizuka.
  86. Museum Rehearsals Underway, Outrageousness to Follow
    Michael Fennimore, directing Museum by Tina Howe, dives into rehearsals of a comedy with 18 actors playing 38 characters
  87. Theatre Program Orientation
    New and Current Theatre Majors and Minors (and anyone considering Theatre)
  88. Fall 2015 Theatre Events: Musical Theatre Cabaret in October and Museum in December
    UMass Boston's Performing Arts Department will present a Musical Theatre Cabaret Oct. 14–15 and the play Museum, by Tina Howe, Dec. 3–5 and Dec. 9–11.
  89. Seven UMass Boston Students Recognized at Theater Festival; Two Moving to National Competition
    Two UMass Boston performing arts students will be competing in the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival in Washington, D.C. in April.
  90. Theatre Program Meeting for Majors, Minors, and Those Considering Theatre
    Learn about the 2014-2015 season, dates and times for auditions, curriculum changes, and recommended programs for those interested in acting, directing, design, dramaturgy, and playwriting.
  91. UMass Boston Minute: Theatre at UMass Boston
    "It’s just become a place where people can actually get so many skills that are actually employable in the performing arts world."