As John McIlwee nears his retirement in June after three decades with the University Theatre program, alumni and patrons are gathering to double the John C. McIlwee Endowment by raising $100,000. Roy Cromartie and Paul Fomberg are leading the effort with a $25,000 commitment.
We all know NC State is living proof that chemical engineers can be sensational singers, accountants can really act and software designers can play extraordinary piano. But who knew arts at NC State could also be an incubator for lifelong love matches?
John McIlwee has spent 31 years in his beloved Thompson Hall. And as he prepares to retire from his position as University Theatre director in June, he is excited about his next act, despite not knowing exactly what it will be.
Last week, University Theatre produced the winning play for the 2015 Creative Artist Award: INK by student Will Stewart. Read the Technician’s review of INK here. Our Arts Outreach Student Asst. Areon Mobasher asked Will
Fall 2015 graduate Philipp Lindemann reflects on his time at NC State University and how the arts on campus made his experience. Pictured: Philipp Lindemann and other campus leaders at the groundbreaking ceremony for the
We welcome all of you to this season’s production of Anon(ymous), opening tommorow night at the Titmus Theatre in Thompson Hall. Tickets are still available by calling Ticket Central at 919.515.1100 or by clicking here.
Everyone has an art. Whether it is painting the next soon-to-be unforgettable masterpiece of the century or engineering a state-of-the-art technological system for the next millennium, everyone has a craft that is worth sharing for the
by Varsha Simha Odyssey of the Mind is an international education program for students in kindergarten through college, providing creative problem-solving opportunities in a competitive environment. These competitions take place worldwide, and on Friday, January
A team of students who actively participate in University Theatre productions fared exceptionally well at NC State’s Campus MovieFest this year. The team had one week to produce their short comedy Sam Club in: Noir
Michael Seebold won the ARTS NC STATE Creative Artist Award for 2011-2012 for his play The Spyglass Seven. Seebold’s work was produced and performed by NC State University Theatre in September 2013. The Spyglass Seven