Theatre MSU receives MAC grant to create original production promoting social change
Mississippi State’s Theatre MSU—the Department of Communication’s production division—has received a portion of more than $1.4 million in funding from the Mississippi Arts Commission to support the creation and performance of an original theatrical production.
Hays discusses Theatre MSU season on College of A&S Vision Podcast
Theatre MSU faculty member, Tonya Hays, along with theatre student, Jade Keaton, recently discussed the upcoming 2021-22 Theatre MSU season on the College of Arts & Sciences Vision Podcast with John Burrow. Use the link to listen to the podcast!
Communication senior one of five selected nationally for Broadway scholarship
A Mississippi State University senior is one of only five students chosen nationally to learn from a Broadway stage manager of color during the May 21-24 virtual meeting of Broadway professionals at their annual Broadway Stage Management Symposium.
Theatre MSU presents student produced, directed production of ‘Pipeline’
Mississippi State’s Theatre MSU is presenting a student produced and directed production of “Pipeline,” a Dominique Morisseau play addressing the school-to-prison pipeline. It also spotlights a mother’s fight to give her son a future without turning her back on the community that made him who he is.
Updated show dates: Theatre MSU addresses racial intolerance in November production of ‘Anne and Emmett’
Mississippi State’s Theatre MSU this month debuts the play “Anne and Emmett,” featuring an imaginary conversation between Holocaust martyr Anne Frank and 1950s murder victim Emmett Till.
Theatre MSU presents The Commedia Robinhood
Directors: Kat Moore and Taylor Barr; Scenery & Props: Abbigail Radius; Sound Design: Walker Harris; Technical Director: Rachel Van Namen; Stage Manager: Kat Hintz; Costumes: Melanie Harris
Theatre MSU adapts season to include COVID-19 safety measures
Mississippi State’s Theatre MSU—the Department of Communication’s production division—debuts its new season this month with “The Commedia Robin Hood,” a Lane Riosley play with a twist on the original story of Robin Hood.
Matt Webb, MFA, creates Lighting Design for Palo Alto Players Zoom-only production of "An Act of God" by David Javerbaum
Provided design consultation and execution advice for the lighting of a live-to-Zoom theatrical event.