Theater

ASU Theatre's 2022–23 season brings audiences innovative experiences, expanded perspectives

Have you ever wanted to be a fly on the wall during athletic training? Travel behind the scenes of a baseball stadium? Or maybe wondered what exists after this life? This year’s theater season at Arizona State University allows you to experience all that and more with three plays representing modern-day life and culture as depicted by contemporary playwrights.

Excellence in theater: ASU students, faculty recognized at annual awards ceremony

Students, faculty and alumni in Arizona State University’s School of Music, Dance and Theatre took home several awards at this year’s ariZoni Theatre Awards Celebration.

The ariZoni Theatre Awards celebrate excellence in Arizona theater, where “after completion of an exhaustive judging process … awards of excellence are presented to those individuals who have excelled in performance and production during the just-completed season.”

ASU grad returns home in Disney’s 'Frozen' at ASU Gammage

Arizona State University School of Music, Dance and Theatre alumna Caelan Creaser returns to Sun Devil territory as an ensemble member and the understudy for the lead character of Elsa in Disney’s North American tour of “Frozen.”

From the producer of “The Lion King” and “Aladdin,” “Frozen,” the Tony-nominated best musical is touring across the country, providing audiences with sensational special effects, stunning sets and costumes, and powerhouse performances.

6 spring ASU English classes for interpreting, creating meaning

We’ve been told that so much gets lost in translation. And this is true; intention, humor and layered meanings often go by the wayside when trying to convey an idea from one language, setting, discipline, media or culture to another.

But there’s a lot to be gained in translation as well. At its essence, translation is about carrying ideas, holding space until meaning is made or understood.

ASU's MIX Center in downtown Mesa opens doors to film students

The new Media and Immersive eXperience Center in downtown Mesa — which opened its doors to students this month as the fall semester began — will put Arizona State University in the top tier of academic filmmaking and media production facilities.

The cutting-edge building, called the MIX Center, is capable of producing anything from blockbuster superhero movies to VR videogames — and teaching students the skills they need to succeed in a digital economy.

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