UH Choreographer Karen Stokes Maps a Life Reset at MATCH
Choreographer and Director of Dance, Karen Stokes, to retire from University of Houston after 25 years. This weekend she premieres a new work about change.
UH’s Cynthia Woods-Mitchell Dance Fellow, Key’Aira Lockett was recently accepted into the 2022/2023 cohort of Midnight Oil Collective.
Supported by mentors and advisors from four accelerator programs as well as the Yale Innovation and Entrepreneurship Law Clinic, a community of diverse Artist CEOs developed the model for the Midnight Oil Collective Venture Studio for the sole purpose of supporting independent artists incubate and accelerate their projects into large scale productions. After completing MOC’s incubator program this winter, Key’Aira is to receive up to $1,000,000 in funding to produce her newest choreographic work and documentary, “[ HOME TEAM ]”. [ HOME TEAM ] is both a live and on-screen dance production.
UH Stage Management Alum Is Alliance Theatre’s New BIPOC Stage Management Fellow
The Alliance Theatre has named UH Stage Management Alum, Kacie Pimentel, its National Vision, Inc. BIPOC Stage Management Fellow for the 2022-23 season.
UH MFA Alum Joins 2022 Season of Prestigious Utah Shakespeare Fest
Philip Orazio, ‘13, recently joined the casts of All’s Well That Ends Well and King Lear.
UH MFA Acting Alumni Brothers to Return for Houston Shakespeare Festival
Brothers Caleb and Kyle Clark, both UH MFA Acting alumni, will return to perform in the 2022 season of the Houston Shakespeare Festival this summer. They join talented casts in both King Lear and Cymbeline.
Culture Map Covers UH's Marvelously Monstrous Musical Classic Starring a Scene-Stealing Killer Plant
In a first-ever, full-scale collaboration between the University of Houston's students and faculty from its Moores School of Music and the School of Theatre & Dance, the university presents the beloved musical Little Shop of Horrors.
Houston Chronicle Meet UH’s Bigger, Badder Flesh-Eating Flower for ‘Little Shop of Horrors’
When University of Houston alumni Afsaneh Aayani and Corey Nance had a chance to put their own spin on the iconic monster for the University of Houston production that launches May 27, they wanted it bigger, badder, and more frightening.