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Food for Lane County Fundraiser

College is a hard transition. Many of our students at UO have experienced food insecurity at some point or another. In order to give back to our students and our community, University of Oregon runs a FFLC fundraiser through the month of February. Each department is left to their own devices in ...

Machinal is in the news!

Don’t miss your chance to see Machinal, running January 25th – February 9th. Tickets on Sale Now Check out these articles for a preview of the play! Register Guard: Plays: UO tackles play based on real-life executed murderer Ruth Snyder Around the O: Staging puts a contemporary twist on ...

TA Graduate Student Olga Sanchez Saltveit Participates in Upcoming Research Colloquium

Olga Sanchez, Theatre Arts will present on: “Latinx Theatre Commons’ 2018 Carnaval of New Latinx Work. Catch her presentation and two others and the Latinx and Latin American Cultural Production & Resistance research colloquium on January 23rd! Download

Michael Najjar an OHC Faculty Fellow

Theatre Art’s professor Michael Najjar has been named on of the Oregon Humanity Center’s Faculty Fellows of the year. The Faculty Fellow program is meant to support University of Oregon faculty members in producing research and developing courses in the humanities. Recipients of a ...

UO Theatre Alumna Heidi Schreck’s Play Shines in New York

Currently on the New York Theatre Workshop’s stage, Heidi Schreck’s play, “What the Constitution Means to Me” is garnering rave reviews. Check out the NY Times Article Here:  Enraged by Their Times, Women of Ambition Seize the Stage   Learn more about the New York Theatre ...

Theatre Professor Michael Najjar Publishes New Work!

Michael’s New book is available through McFarland Publishing. Check out the details here: Six Plays of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict Edited by Jamil Khoury, Michael Malek Najjar and Corey Pond A bold and singular collection of six plays by Arab and Jewish playwrights explores the human ...

Remembering Emeritus Theatre Professor Grant McKernie

Grant as Mrs. Malaprop Grant McKernie died Saturday morning, September 1, 2018. He was born in Moline, Illinois April 7, 1942 to Walter and Sheila (Kilpatrick) McKernie. Heather(sister) and Cliff Carlson and their son Adam are his immediate survivors. Grant received his BA from Northwestern ...

Recently Published TA Graduate Students Share Their Work

Join us in a shout out of Congratulations! to our second year PhD student, Ellen Gillooly-Kress and Zeina Salame on their recent publications!  Ellen’s Article “#HEWILLNOTDIVIDEUS: Weaponizing Performance of Identity from the Digital to the Physical” has been published in the ...

Impactful Women at the UO

“There is a power in young women speakers. They lead. They are the vanguard of linguistic change.” — Ellen G. Kress, Theatre Arts PhD student. Check out the Daily Emerald article that highlights Ellen and other UO women ...

You Matter.

“All of the leadership at the University of Oregon wants you be safe, feel safe and—much more than that—feel deeply welcomed and valued here.” – W. Andrew Marcus, Tykeson Dean of Arts and Sciences In the Department of Theatre Arts, we echo the message of Dean Marcus & the UO ...
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