|Celegrating in style are graduating seniors at the METs Banquet, May 4. Pictured, from left to right, are: 1st Row: Chelsea Cullen, Sara Croninger, Sheryl Scott; 2nd Row: Abbey Collins, Stacie Whitley, Morgan Hoffman, Sarah Goforth, and Carlene Descalo.|
Professor of Theatre Catherine Rodgers is featured in Deep Dish Theater Company’s production of “Body Awareness” by Annie Baker. The play runs through May 16. A review of the show was published in the May 4 issue of The News & Observer. Click here to read the review: and visit www.deepdishtheater.org for more information.
Associate Professor of Theatre Steven Roten has been very active in the professional community of late. He has recently appeared as Malvolio in Shakespeare's Twelfth Night presented at the Koka Booth Amphitheatre and is currently playing Jean Francois Millet in the Deep Dishg Theater Company's Production of Is He Dead by Mark Twain. Is He Dead runs through November 13. Visit www.deepdishtheater.org for more information.
Steven also spent some time this summer at the Kennedy Center for the Perfoming Arts in Washington DC at a Playwright Intensive led by industry greats such as Marsha Norman, David Ives, and Mark Bly.
Imagine studying abroad in Italy. Then imagine studying abroad based in the beautiful town of Sansepolcro, birthplace of the painter Piero della Francesca (c. 1416–92). And, finally, imagine sitting on a bench near a sunny piazzo on a day trip to Arezzo before touring the magnificent San Francesco (13th and 14th century) with its unique great truss-roofed nave, making it one of the most majestic examples of gothic monastic architecture in Tuscany.
Meredith College theatre majors Sara Croniger, Kiran Subramaniam and Spencer Powell pause from their busy schedules for a group photo with Meredith's Catherine Rodgers, Head of the Dance and Theatre Department, during their summer 2009 study abroad adventure—a wonderful experience for both students and faculty!