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New SVPA building takes center stage
The newest emerging star on the Westside campus of Western Connecticut State University is making final prepara - tions for its grand entrance this fall. On Sept. 28, university officials will hold a ribbon-cutting to officially unveil the new Visual and Performing Arts Center.
‘Bye to Berkshire'
It was the final act for the Berkshire Theatre – the home of hundreds of pro - ductions and the starting point of thou - sands of theater careers. On May 3, more than 200 faculty, students and graduates bid farewell to the stage that for nearly a half century showcased their talents and brought their dreams to reality.
Kennedy Center shines spotlight on WCSU theatre arts department
WCSU sent 75 students and seven faculty members to Massachusetts to participate in the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival’s (KCACTF) regional festival in Fitchburg, Mass in late January.
You’re hired! Former WCSU students worked on “Celebrity Apprentice.”
Mike Hartel ’98, Tom Trocola ’09 and Justin Rosini take a break from their work on the popular televsion show,
“Celebrity Apprentice,” filmed at Trump Towers in New York City.
Musical theatre degree first in state