The department of theater, film, and media studies at St. Mary’s College of Maryland will host its eleventh annual film series, “Visions and Voices: Indigenous Media from the Americas,” at 8:15 p.m. on Sept. 19, Sept. 24, Oct. 15, and Oct. 22. The series will take place in the College’s Cole Cinema… Find Out More
Hannah Dickmyer ’16 (TFMS) plays the fun-loving (and sword-fighting) Mercutio in the Newtowne Players’ production of “Romeo and Juliet” outdoors at Historic St. Mary’s City, beginning Friday, August 10 and running through Saturday, August 18.
Dickmyer says her studies in theater at St. Mary’s… Find Out More
Professor Emerita of Theater, Film and Media Studies (Dance) Merideth Taylor’s new book “Listening In: Echoes and Artifacts from Maryland's Mother County,” (University of Virginia Press, 2018) is featured in the Washington Post.
According to the article, “Her images are accompanied by imagined… Find Out More
Assistant Professor of Theater Amy Steiger recently published an article in the Journal of Dramatic Theory and Criticism titled “Paradoxical Sleep and Flights of Imagination: Sleep Rock Thy Brain and the Performance of Research.” Sleep Rock Thy Brain is comprised of three one-act plays commissioned… Find Out More
For eight weeks this summer, nine students participated in the annual St. Mary’s Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF), diving into research topics of their own choosing with guidance from faculty mentors representing a diverse sampling of the college’s departments.
Professor Emerita of Theater, Film and Media Studies (Dance) Merideth Taylor’s new book “Listening In: Echoes and Artifacts from Maryland's Mother County,” (University of Virginia Press, 2018) will be published this June. Pre-orders are available on Amazon. A book release celebration will take… Find Out More
Brenna St. George Jones (Theater ’94) has been hired as the director of artistic programming for the Confluence Arts Center. The Confluence Arts Center, scheduled to open in fall 2018 in Eau Claire, Wisconsin, will include a 1,200-seat theatre and a flexible 400-seat theatre. St. George Jones was… Find Out More