Creativity Propels Student Projects

“The student performers have adapted to this project with patience, creativity and a willingness to tackle new challenges,” said Kevin Dudley, assistant professor, head of design and production in the E&H Theatre Department.
Posted April 01, 2021

The Emory & Henry Theatre Department created two virtual productions this spring: It’s All Relative (photo below) with music by Julian Velard and Joey Contreras; and Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream.

Guest visual artists Matt Wilt and Mark E. Brown exhibited in the McGlothlin Center for the Arts’ Gallery during spring semester and provided virtual Artalks. The Senior Student Art Exhibit capped off the season.

Director of choirs, Josh Boggs, led the College choirs in recordings this spring, including the Spring Choral Concert, and Matt Frederick led the Symphonic Band which also offered a recorded concert.

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