Schools: Theatre

Faculty Feature: Nancy Leary, Costume Design and Production

Nancy Leary, Assistant Professor in Costume Design and Production at BU, and award-winning costume designer whose visionary work for opera and theater spans several decades and numerous stages talks in detail about CFA’s MFA Costume Production program and opportunities available for students across theatre companies in Boston.

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Schools: Theatre

Ashleigh Reade

Ashleigh Reade is an interdisciplinary theater educator and performer, specializing in voice, speech, text, and accent work. Prior to joining the faculty at SOT, she was an Assistant Professor of Theater at the Boston Conservatory, where she taught Fitzmaurice Voicework and Knight-Thompson Speechwork. She also designed and taught the Vocal Production course for Harvard Summer […]

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WBUR feature: The Huntington revisits Boston’s busing and segregation woes through the powerful ‘Common Ground Revisited’

Playwright and associate professor of playwriting at BU Kirsten Greenidge revisits the real families and turbulent tone of Boston in the 1960s and ’70s in “Common Ground: A Turbulent Decade in the Lives of Three American Families,” running through July 3rd at Calderwood Pavilion’s Wimberly Theatre.

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Faculty Feature: Joel Brandwine, Technical Production

Joel Brandwine, Assistant Professor, Technical Production, explains what makes BU’s Technical Production MFA program unique and how the program prepares students to work in all facets of theatre, from regional theaters to Broadway.

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Dayna Cousins

Dayna Cousins (she/her) is a theatre, television, film, and voiceover actor based in Boston and Los Angeles. As an educator and administrator, she strives to generate nuanced and accessible opportunities for young artists. Formerly, Dayna was Development Associate at SpeakEasy Stage, a non-profit professional theatre in Boston’s South End, as well as a Los Angeles […]

Schools: Theatre