How do you do theater during a pandemic? Maria-Tania Bandes-Becerra Weingarden has some ideas.
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Andrew Fry's skills on stage translate to the classroom and his role as Director of Industry Partnerships with the School of Engineering and Technology.
Beck Adelante, '18 Arts, Media & Culture, learned to be brave at UW Tacoma, and translated that onto the stage and into a Husky 100 award.
UW Tacoma Lecturer Tony Perone uses play in the classroom to encourage learning and development.
With a cast composed of UW Tacoma students, a faculty member, an alumna and renowned South Sound actors, the Pulitzer-prize-winning play sold out five on-campus performances.
UW Tacoma is hosting a performance of the Broadway Center's Nihonjin Face, a 35-minute play recalling Japanese American internment during World War II.
The growing program steps onto a larger stage - the Broadway Center for the Performing Arts.
UW alumna Pamela Reed, who's been on TV, stage and movies, who grew up in Tacoma, and who lives in Los Angeles and University Place, will return to the Puget Sound stage as the lead in Seattle Repertory's "Luna Gale."
UW Tacoma aims to give on-campus theater a name with production of Naomi Iizuka's Anon(ymous).
As part of a push to expand performing arts on campus, UW Tacoma staged a production of "Unwritten Women: Five Short Plays Based on Female Literary Characters from History."