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Conservatory Performs 2022/23 Season Announcement

Shenandoah Conservatory Announces 2022/23 Season

Shenandoah Conservatory announces its 2022/23 season of live music, theatre and dance. The Conservatory Performs season features dozens of opportunities to witness and experience the arts, including a rich variety of performances by students, faculty and internationally renowned guest artists. The season kicks off Thursday, Sept. 8, 2022, with a performance by the Grammy Award-winning […]

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Gregg Barnes

TDP Hosts Virtual Costume Rendering Masterclass with Broadway Costume Designer Gregg Barnes

The theatre design and production program hosted a virtual masterclass in costume rendering with Gregg Barnes on Saturday, April 2. Barnes is a very well-known Broadway costume designer, who designed “Something Rotten!,” “Kinky Boots” and “Hairspray,” among many other shows. He also designed the costumes for “Emmett Otter’s Jugband Christmas,” the Muppet off-Broadway show in […]

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Theatre Design & Production in New York City

TDP Students Travel to New York City for GEL Trip During Spring Break

Fourteen students representing scenic design, costume design, sound design & reinforcement and stage management traveled to New York City for a Global Experiential Learning (GEL) trip with Theatre Design & Production Program Coordinator, Costume Designer and Associate Professor of Costume Design Jennifer Flitton Adams, M.F.A., and Theatre Fellow – Costume Design Chloe Moore earlier this […]

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Alumni Successes

Maxwell Losgar

Maxwell Losgar and His Hustle to the Top

Work hard.” Do your best.” Make good connections.” All of these phrases can be heard in a career panel for college students or read in a “how to land a job” article, but have you ever wondered what happens if you actually follow through and do those things? Do they allow you to advance in […]

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Joey Santangelo ’14

Joey Santangelo & the Dresses of ‘Bridgerton’

It seems like every few months, a new show takes the world by storm. Everyone is watching it, talking about it and dreaming about when the next few episodes will come out. In the later days of December 2020 and into 2021, that show was Netflix’s “Bridgerton.” Set between 1813 and 1827 in England, the […]

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