Assistant Professor Emily Ransom (Humanities) was featured in Warren Gerds, Critic at Large’s preview of The Taming of the Shrew on WeAreGreenBay.com. “This is a new venture for the University, and we’re very excited about what it might open for us,” said Ransom.
Critic-at-Large Warren Gerds was entertained by the UW-Green Bay Theatre and Dance presentation of Oscar Wilde’s “The Importance of Being Earnest.” “It’s fun to be in an audience that gets it… gets the humor of Oscar Wilde as it rolls out subtly, wryly and oh-so-cleverly like waves lapping on a shore. Such an experience was […]
Twas the end of the term, and away at the Kress,
Four gentle, fine dance students practiced their best.
They pliéd, chasséd and developéd with such grace,
That Phlash the Phoenix could not believe his big face.
UW-Green Bay students had a unique opportunity — a dance Masterclass with Slávka Jelínková, guest artist visiting for the Czech-Slovak Music Festival, September 25-27. The focus of the class was Traditional Folk Dance used in Ballet. Students of all levels, including beginners, were welcome to participate.
Slávka Jelínková, a guest artist visiting for the Czech-Slovak music festival, will lead a dance class from 10:35 to 11:45 a.m. Friday (Sept. 27). The class will involve traditional folk dance used in ballet. Students of all levels, including beginners, are welcome to attend. The session will take place in Theatre Hall 132 (Dance Studio).
UW-Green Bay Theatre and Dance will present Danceworks, a concert of faculty and student choreography, at 7:30 p.m. Friday, April 5 and Saturday, April 6 at the University Theatre in Theatre Hall on campus, 2420 Nicolet Drive. The show will celebrate dance with a diverse medley of styles, showcasing five student-choreographed pieces and eight pieces […]
Just another example why the re-invigoration of the Weidner Center is good for campus and community: Actors from the Aquila Theatre Company were scheduled to work Monday afternoon with students from Prof. Laura Riddle’s acting class prior to the visiting troupe’s evening performance of The Taming of the Shrew. A similar workshop, this time for […]
Police Chief Tom isn’t the only Kujawa making news this week — daughter and May 2012 UW-Green Bay grad Lindsay Kujawa also is in the spotlight. Friday’s (July 13) Marshfield News-Herald has a story featuring Kujawa and her dance troupe, Weston-based Introspect Arts. Kujawa wrote and directed the group’s latest production, “#ThrowAwayYourTelevision,” which will be […]
For UW-Green Bay senior Lindsay Kujawa, moving minds and hearts starts with moving feet. Kujawa, 23, is the brains and more important, the passion, behind Wausau-based Introspect Dance Company, a troupe of teens and young adults that delivers performance art with a social message. Undaunted — indeed, perhaps motivated — by their youth, Introspect’s artists […]