This September, the Institute of American Civics at the Baker School of Public Policy and Public Affairs is presenting programs highlighting Constitution Day.
UT’s annual celebration of Black History Month kicks off Wednesday, Feb. 1. The month will include lectures, the 18th annual Black Issues Conference, art showcases and more in celebration of Black cultural contributions and achievements throughout history.
Conrad Ricamora (’12) is playing Seymour in “Little Shop of Horrors” in New York City.
UT’s Clarence Brown Theatre brings the magic of theatre to underserved audiences.
Ashlee Latimer (’16) won her second Tony Award for co-producing The Inheritance.
UT maintains its ranking among the nation’s top graduate acting programs.
Theatre Department Head and Artistic Director of the Clarence Brown Theatre Cal MacLean will retire August 1.
UT’s Carousel Theatre is set to receive a historic replacement thanks to the generosity of supporters with a vision to enrich the arts in Knoxville.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, faculty in the Department of Theatre learned in one week to teach acting classes online.
Aware of the shortage of personal protective equipment for medical workers during the COVID-19 pandemic, the costume shop of the University of Tennessee, Knoxville’s Clarence Brown Theatre has begun making masks to donate.
Clarence Brown Theatre patrons donated $16,306 to the Highlander Center during the run of the theater’s production of People Where They Are, which played at the Carousel Theatre from October 2–20.
Many theatrical productions highlight important times in history and connect them to today’s world. That’s what the Clarence Brown Theatre aims to do with its upcoming production, People Where They Are, running October 2–20 in the Ula Love Doughty Carousel Theatre.