LHN – UT Fine Arts’ “Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde”

LHN – UT Fine Arts’ “Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde”

[ Inaudible Discussion & Music ] ^M00:00:10>>[Background music] I thought you wouldn’t come. I came to the theater through dance. I studied ballet as a child like a lot of little girls and there, I started doing plays. It was in my undergrad that I started taking directing classes. That’s when things really changed. >>After […]

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Music and art in the Calais’s Jungle

Music and art in the Calais’s Jungle

At the highest point in the Jungle, some volunteers built a stage for music and art we have arrived to the highest point of the jungle now and there are people playing music We are just trying to help we are not an association We are just school students, you know Here there are a […]

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Bringing Theatre to Life at BU College of Fine Arts

Bringing Theatre to Life at BU College of Fine Arts

Our core values here in the School of Theatre at Boston University are all about collaboration. In terms of our process, in terms of the way the students and faculty and staff interact with eachother. It feeds into the curriculum, in terms of what we choose to teach and things we choose to explore and […]

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Leon Botstein: Art Now (Aesthetics Across Music, Painting, Architecture, Movies, and More.)

Leon Botstein: Art Now (Aesthetics Across Music, Painting, Architecture, Movies, and More.)

Hi, my name is Leon Botstein. I’m president of Bard College and I’m a musician and a historian of music. My subject today is the arts and art and what is it and why should we study it. Why is it part of university curriculum? Why is it something that an undergraduate student should worry […]

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Tragedy Lessons from Aristotle: Crash Course Theater #3

Tragedy Lessons from Aristotle: Crash Course Theater #3

Hey there. I’m Mike Rugnetta, this is Crash Course Theater, and today is going to be a tragedy. A Greek tragedy. Which is a lot like a regular tragedy, only older and with more stuffed grape leaves. We’ll be exploring Aristotle’s theories on this artform, written more than a century after the golden age of […]

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