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FIU Theatre’s final show of the Fall tackles difficult issues of race, representation, and the courage it takes to challenge the status quo and tear down barriers. Red Velvet,...
Michael Yawney, FIU Theatre Associate Professor, has been elected President of the South Florida Theatre League. The South Florida Theatre League is an alliance of theatrical organizations and professionals...
On Wednesday, October 30th, renowned theatre artist David Greenspan will present his Obie award-winning one-person show The Argument at FIU. The Argument is an adaptation of Aristotle’s classic, The...
Theatre students Kevin Sage and Kendall Vega, along with FIU Theatre’s Head of Design & Production, Professor Tony Galaska, got a rare look into the magic behind Disney World’s...
This summer, FIU Theatre will host the Latinx Theatre Commons Regional Convening (“Miami in Motion!”) July 12-14, 2019. Miami in Motion! will gather artists, scholars, administrators, and advocates from...
Luis Castany never felt more at home than when he was enjoying the arts. A patron of FIU Theatre for over 25 years, he saw countless plays and witnessed...
FIU Theatre’s Summer Camp is back again this year from July 15-July 26 at the Wertheim Performing Arts Center. This year, camp runs for two weeks and gives children...
It’s New Year’s Eve 1957 and you walk into a rocking Club Náutico in Varadero, Cuba. A server hands you a drink as you join the crowded dance floor,...
FIU Theatre professor Phillip M. Church was selected as a fellow for the Humanities Edge Faculty Summer Institute which will take place at FIU, May 1-3, 2019. The three...
A group of FIU Theatre alumni wrapped up a high school touring production of AKA Hamlet, a 50 minute modern adaptation William Shakespeare’s Hamlet. The tour visited 17 South...