Senior Projects | Theatre & Applied Theatre

The following is a sampling of recent senior projects in Theatre and Applied Theatre.

2019

Jenna Cady

Elise Dixon

Sky Hanley

Trevor Harter

Josh Hauser

Sarah Neely

Kenny Pratt

2018

Avery Kester, Pressure (original play), Theatre

Jojo Miller, Playwriting and Domestic Violence, Applied Theatre

Abigail Morgan, Fundamentals of Stage Management (workshop), Theatre

Alexis Zmuda, Don't Tell (original play), Creative Writing

2017

Jeremy Likens, The Price of Reality (original play), Theatre

2016

Sierra Miller, 2:47 (original play), Theatre

Ryan Himes, 2:47 by Sierra Miller (directing), Theatre

Lindsay Partain, Clara (original play), Theatre

Alec Lugo, R.U.R. (Rossum's Universal Robots) by Karel Capek (directing), Theatre

Griffin DeWitt, Smash by Jeffrey Hatcher (lighting design), Theatre

Mari Cobb, Applied Theatre Workshops in a Local Retirement Home, Applied Theatre

2015

Ethan Dung, Iphigenia in Orem: A Solo Show (acting), Theatre

Yuki Kono, Comedy Delivery Service from Japan

Kailea Saplan, Dance Slow Decades (original play), Theatre

2014

Kelsie Johnson, Some Kind of Half-Life (original play), Theatre

Briana Tiano-Mohr, The Burial at Thebes (dramaturgy), Theatre

Jenelle Taylor, Applied Theatre: an alternative approach to HIV/AIDs in Tanzania, Applied Theatre

Carolyn O’Brien-Dunn, Drama Therapy and Autism: Past, Present, and Possibilities, Applied Theatre

2013

Gavin KnittleOur Town (directing), Theatre

Michael Johnson, Bucket Brigade (original play), Creative Writing

Heather Nichelle-Peres, The F Word: Feminist Activism through Playwriting and Performance, Theatre

Valerie Fournier and Chris Mikulic, Theatre Workshops in Local Community Grade Schools, Applied Theatre
 

2012

Janna Tessman, Women’s Stories of the Great Depression, original documentary play and performance

Ted Gold, Heathen Valley by Romulus Linney (scenic design), Theatre

Windy Stein, Heathen Valley by Romulus Linney (directing), Theatre

2010

Ashley Schalow, Bold Grace, original one-woman show on the pirate Grace O’Malley