Theatre is not a place but an art form. Theatre is about sharing stories together. University Theatre’s new series UT Beyond seeks to move beyond the stage in an effort to meet people where they are, to bring art to the places they inhabit, and engage in conversations.
This fall UT Beyond will bring two exciting new programs to the campus of NC State.
All events are free of charge.
A devised Project
A Devised performance in response to the Gregg Museum’s exhibition crossed kalunga by the stars and other acts of resistance curated by Tosha Grantham featuring visual art by five artists of color (José Bedia, Athlone Clarke, André Leon Gray, Tiff Massey, and Marielle Plaisir).
This project will be collaboratively developed in a series of “creative binges” over the course of a four Saturday intensives.
Collaborators are not required to attend all intensives. Performers will need to attend all November rehearsals and performances.
Thompson Hall – 150
9/11 & 25, 10/16 & 30, 11/13
The Gregg Museum
A Student directed Project
Project 303 is in collaboration with THE 303 Stage Directing class. Student directors will cast and create scenes to share with selected audiences in our Living and Learning Communities this fall.
By supporting the student through the arts we promote the success of the whole student, preparing them to succeed academically, professionally and personally. Donor support is critical to the success of University Theatre and makes an impact beyond the performances you see on stage, particularly in a time when live audiences are unable to attend. Your gifts allow our programs to grow and thrive.