Students, faculty and the public are invited to the fifth annual, Undergraduate Research Symposium for BA Film Producing/Studies & Theatre Studies students from Thursday, April 13, 2017 - Friday, April 14, 2017.
The School of Theatre, Film & Television
at The University of Arizona
Boasting three outstanding theatres, production shops, production facilities and post-production laboratories, state of the art equipment, and a faculty made up of working professionals, the School of Theatre, Film & Television at the University of Arizona provides an exciting opportunity to learn about the art and craft of story telling and the workings of the entertainment industry in an incredibly rich learning environment.
Professional screenings like "I Dream in Widescreen," and our professional theatre training company, Arizona Repertory Theatre, provide real, hands-on creative opportunities and experiences to practice your craft. The pages that follow will lead you into the exciting programs and opportunities that will make your dreams come to life!
News & Announcements
The University of Arizona’s Arizona Repertory Theatre has begun offering all student tickets in 2017 at $15 each for all reserved seats. Student tickets have been $19 for plays and $21 for musicals for several years.
There is also a bonus opportunity for University of Arizona students to take their chances and pay just $10 cash for a ticket, a half-hour before each and every performance, on a first-come, first-served basis. This is called Student Rush.
Tucson, Arizona – “I’m learning to make movies for you, Grandma,” said senior filmmaker, Stacy Howard, whose Navajo grandmother asked her why she was going to school for filmmaking. Howard is originally from Mexican Water, Arizona, an unincorporated community in the Navajo Nation in Apache County, and her thesis film at I Dream in Widescreen is called, Amásání (The Grandma). Howard’s short film is just one of many unique stories by emerging University of Arizona filmmakers in 2017.
The University of Arizona’s Arizona Repertory Theatre will kick off its 2016-17 season on September 18, 2016, sponsored by Chapman Automotive Group.
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Apr 9 - Apr 30
Arizona Repertory Theatre
Center for Creative Photography
Presented by the School of Theatre, Film & Television
Arizona Repertory Theatre
Lyrics by Tim Rice | Music by Andrew Lloyd Webber
Experience passion & seduction in this seven-time, Tony Award-winning musical. Revered by her people as an advocate for the poor, Eva Perón made a meteoric climb from the slums of Argentina to her role as beloved First Lady at the age of 27, and became one of the most powerful women in the world - though her grand ambition and fragile health also made her one of the most tragic. Told through a captivating score, Evita tells Eva’s remarkable true story through some of theatre’s most beautiful songs, including the unforgettable, Don’t Cry for Me, Argentina.Purchase Tickets