Szu-Feng Chen, assistant professor of theatre and dance, recently received the 2014 UNH Outstanding Assistant Professor Award, presented to an inspiring, challenging, and effective teacher whose concern and respect for students is evident both in and out of the classroom. Learn about her work in the video below.
While theater may be one of our most ancient forms of human artistic expression, David Kaye's latest project was anything but old-fashioned. Kaye teamed up with N.B. Aldrich and the University of Maine's Intermedia MFA program to present "eStranged," a 21st-century response to Albert Camus's "The Stranger."
The Department of Theatre and Dance announces new requirements for students planning to enter a major in the Department of Theatre and Dance in the fall of 2014 or later. Prospective undergraduate students have seven different emphases to choose from within the department of Theatre and Dance.
When Lauren Barton quietly delivers the play’s last line, “I love you, too,” the whole drama is upended. Her character’s steely will, which has flashed off and on throughout this one-act drama about bulimia, has now faced down her disease. Not with anger, but with insight.
David Richman, Professor of Theatre and Dance, has been selected by the Provost to receive the Class of 1938 Professorship Award. This award recognizes a UNH faculty member for excellence in teaching and provides a discretionary allowance for professional expenses for a three-year term.