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10/25/2018
Paul K. Jackson Jr. memorial Oct. 27
Miami University’s theatre department will host a memorial service for Paul K. Jackson Jr., professor emeritus of theatre, at 4 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 27, in the Gates-Abegglen Theatre of the Center for Performing Arts.
10/18/2018
Innovative student play brings Miami’s haunted history to a haunted house in “Echoes of Miami”
Ask anyone about Helen Peabody and the answer usually starts with, “Legend has it…” Everything after is likely a mix of accounts cobbled together from well-meaning Miamians, eager to keep the tale of “Miss Peabody’s” spirit alive.
10/16/2018
Saffron Henke on Miami Theater play “Echoes of Miami”
Cincinnati.com, Oct. 12 (subscription may be required)
10/12/2018
Legends and Lore Come to Life in 'Echoes of Miami'
Just in time for Halloween, the Department of Theatre presents 'Echoes of Miami,' exploring Oxford's collective past and imagining our future.
09/18/2018
The College of Creative Arts Launches #ThrivingArtists Network in New York City
The College of Creative Arts introduced the #ThrivingArtists Network at a launch party in New York City over the weekend.
09/05/2018
Miami Partners with OBIE Award Winning Theatre for Theatre NYC
Miami Partners with OBIE award-winning Theatre For A New Audience to create Theatre NYC, a study away experience in Winter 2019.
08/30/2018
History, Theatre, and Music Produce a 'Deceptive Cadence'
"Deceptive Cadence: Stories from Prokoviev, Stravinksy, Shostakovich, and Shchedrin" features projection design, live music from a string quartet and piano, and actors portraying the composers and the women in their lives.
08/23/2018
In memoriam: Paul K. Jackson Jr.
Paul Jackson Jr., professor emeritus of theatre at Miami, died suddenly Aug. 8 of a heart attack. He was 66.
06/11/2018
#Thriving Artist Network
Members of the CCA Advisory Board in NYC, Fall, 2016 In order to help young artists thrive, the College of Creative Arts Advisory Board has embarked on a significant project to be launched in New York City this September.