Our news and features showcase some of the best of what students, faculty and the School of Drama are doing on the stage and beyond. From highlighted performances to renowned guest artists to industry awards and accolades, there's always something to share about what's going on in the School of Drama.
Throughout the year, our newsletter delivers stories of student success, alumni accomplishments and faculty spotlights from the School of Drama.
The Hollywood Reporter (THR) has ranked UNCSA No. 6 in the world on its list of the 25 best institutions for a drama degree. UNCSA is listed 2nd among the BFA programs in the U.S. highlighted by the magazine.
Though the school year hasn't ended the way we anticipated, our resilient community of artists has continued to power creativity. They've brought light, levity and love to a world who needs it most. Look back at some defining moments of our year.
"UNCSA at Home" is an online portal showcasing student and faculty performances past and present to enjoy while stages remain dark due to the coronavirus pandemic.
A celebrated musical and a celebrated school are innovating, as artists embrace a new era of creating transformative work.
UNCSA alumni are nominated for Lucille Lortel and Drama Desk awards for their work on off-Broadway productions. The nominees from UNCSA include Camille A. Brown, Gus Halper, Lisa Renkel, Tim Mackabee and Kristina Poe.
UNCSA has announced the annual recipients of the prestigious William R. Kenan, Jr. Excellence Scholarships, which pay for tuition, fees, room and board for four years of undergraduate study.
This spring, seniors in the School of Drama found their career-launching showcase tour cut short by coronavirus-related travel restrictions and social distancing measures, but they found a different way to reach casting directors and agents by releasing a virtual showcase this week.
The UNCSA community is saddened by the loss of Gerald Freedman, dean emeritus of the School of Drama. Freedman died today in Winston-Salem. He was 92.