Student Enrichment Fund
Studying near one of the global capitals of the theatre arts and not exploring its vast treasures is a missed opportunity. Yet because many of our students work long hours to pay the costs of their education, they often it impossible to see shows in the City. These funds are earmarked to subsidize tickets for undergraduate students to join faculty members at shows, providing them an opportunity to see world class theatre and engage in a critical discussion about the work. Help us enrich the undergraduate experience in Theatre Arts at Stony Brook by donating here!
For more information about donating to Stony Brook University in general, visit the Stony Brook Foundation website.
Theatre Arts Fund for Excellence
The Department of Theatre Arts strives for excellence in all areas of study and production. As institutions of higher learning face reductions in funding, there are fewer resources available to maintain the tools of education. The Department, for instance, has always depended on the box office to pay for the cost of productions - from royalties and scripts to sets and programs. Your donation to this unrestricted fund will help us take the steps necessary to insure the quality of training we can give our students.
What your faculty did this summer:
Izumi Ashizawa remounted "Mysterious Lake" at Long Island Children's Museum, was in on-going rehearsals for "Le Chemine des Reves" in Montreal, and served a guest tutor at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama in London.
Mallory Catlett is working on: Circling the Center by Nene Humpphey to be performed on October 12, 13, and 14 in NYC and DECODER 2017 with text by William Burroughs to be performed December 3rd at La Mama in NYC.
Amy Cook finished her manuscript on casting and an essay on Shakespeare, language and cognition.
Steve Marsh worked with scientists across the country leading Improvisation workshops and Media training for the Alda Center in New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Philadelphia, Denver, at UC Santa Barbara, Cornell University and Cold Spring Harbor Labs.
Deb Mayo acted in "After," a yet- to- be released web series written by and starring one of our graduates, Joshua Schubart.
Ken Weitzman was a writer-in-residence at the New Harmony Project where he developed two new plays and then co-lead a two-week workshop with playwright Naomi Iizuka at the Sewanee Writers Conference at the University of the South.
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