Playwright and actor Jiehae Park visited the MFA Dramatic Writing program on Nov. 16 and 17. Park held a playwriting workshop and acted as a guest advisor for the Fall New Works productions written by three, second year MFA writers, attending each production and providing feedback to the writers. Park, who did her MFA in acting at UC San Diego, has had her plays produced at Yale Repertory Theater, Oregon
Beginning Sept. 1, 2017, Carnegie Mellon University School of Drama will begin accepting submissions for their first ever pre-screening auditions for the Acting and Music Theater option. Over the past five years, applications to the School of Drama have increased over 50 percent and in 2017, School of Drama faculty saw ~1500 students audition for a projected 24 slots in the Acting and Music Theater option. “We’re hoping to
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