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School of Theatre Well Represented at Southeastern Theatre Conference

Published March 27, 2014

SETC LogoThe School of Theatre was well represented at this year’s Southeastern Theatre Conference that was held in Mobile, AL at the beginning of March. Faculty and students from the School of Theatre led multiple presentations throughout the weekend. The presentations, and the Faculty/students who led them, included Mindfulness: Is There an App for That? led by Michael Hayden (faculty) and Danny Burgos (student), Creating Design Renderings with ArtStudio on iPads led by Colleen Muscha (faculty) and Matthew Pedersen (student), Tailoring 101: Techniques to Create Men’s 19th Century Garmets led by Martha Cooper (faculty) and Annie Rupprecht (student), and Emerging Arts Leaders: Career Opportunities in Arts Management led by David Valdez (student), Tracy Power (student), and Brandon Belote (student).

In addition, congratulations are in order for MFA Costume Design student Annie Rupprecht who won the 2014 Ready to Work award and placed third in the Costume Crafts Competition. Recipients of the Ready to Work award receive a $1,000 cash prize, as well as the opportunity to design professionally next season.


Upcoming Events: 

Les Liaisons Dangereuses

March 28 – April 6, 2014

The Lab Theatre

Secret lovers, cynical schemes and sinfully delicious encounters are on display in this dark tale with high costs. When encountering those who deceive their relationships and even themselves, the fine line between lust and love is shattered.


New Horizons: Original Works Festival

April 16 – 27, 2014

The Lab Theatre

A must-see event each season, New Horizons connects the directors, actors, and audience in a unique experience of creation and discovery. Choose which works to attend or, with the All Access Pass, attend the entire festival. Join in the discovery, and lend your voice to the creation of new American theatre.


Senior Showcase Fundraiser 2014

Tuesday, April 29th

6pm – Dinner at Turnbull Conference Center

8pm – Showcase Performance at Conradi Studio Theatre

The Patrons Association at the School of Theatre is very pleased to showcase the stars of tomorrow for you today. The Music Theatre and Acting programs at Florida State are providing a sneak preview of our incredibly talented students before they are sent to perform for industry professionals in New York City and Los Angeles.