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News is about Jay Ball and Jerry Dougherty
They are: Faculty Member

Dr. Jay Ball  and Jerry Dougherty (Theatre Production Mgr) have teamed up to present a paper at the American Society for Theatre Research's national conference being held in Portland next week. Entitled "Van Tac Vu Theatre During the Vietnam War," this paper represents a collaboration between Ball, a Theatre Historian, and Dougherty, who is a Iraq war veteran and current Lt. Col. in the US Army Reserve. In this research, Ball and Dougherty worked to combine traditional Humanities scholarship with Dougherty's experience and training military officer. The pair present their findings on November 6th.

October 31, 2015
News is about Caitlin Cardinale
They are: Undergraduate Student
Class of: 2015

Caitlin Cardinale, BFA Design and Production Senior, and her experience with wigs and hair at Central, showcased in this Central Minute.

March 4, 2015
News is about Dustyn Moir
They are: Alumni
Class of: 2014

Dustyn Moir (Actor), BFA Musical Theatre graduate, will join Coeur d'Alene Summer Theatre in all three of their 2015 summer musicals. You will see him playing Reggie in First Date, Peter Pan in Shrek the Musical, and joining the ensemble for Singing' in the Rain.

March 2, 2015
News is about Scott Robinson
They are: Faculty Member

Cwu-Theatre Arts department chair, Scott Robinson, recently met with the delegation from Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics exploring joint degree programs as well as student and faculty exchange opportunities.

February 25, 2015
News is about Brenda Hubbard
They are: Faculty Member

Cwu-Theatre Arts Professor Brenda Hubbard has been selected to receive Central Washington University's inaugural Diversity Award. Her nomination, which was initiated by Juleen Murray Shaw, a recent MA - Theatre Production graduate, clearly testifies that Hubbard is a faculty member who:

  • Displays Intentional and sustained commitment to diversity and inclusivity.
  • Contributes to effective change related to diversity and inclusivity.
  • Demonstrates engagement with diversity and inclusivity through practice.
  • Actively nurtures a supportive environment for diversity and inclusivity.

To honor her contributions, she will be the guest of CWU President James Gaudino, joined by the Board of Trustees, award nominees and esteemed colleagues for the inaugural Diversity Awards Banquet on February 5, 2015.

February 25, 2015
News is about Jeremy Reed
They are: Alumni
Class of: 2013

Central Theatre Ensemble 2013 alum, Jeremy Reed, will appear as 'Virgil' in Little Theatre of Walla Walla's production of BUS STOP. Performances run February 6 - 22.

February 25, 2015


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