The theatre major pays tribute to its start with a production of Shakespeare’s classic comedy, performed at Towson 50 years ago.
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Towson’s music department collaborates with universities in Germany and Cuba this Friday and Sunday to perform a program of a capella music, percussion and dance.
Noted author, historian and film professor Peter Lev recently sat down to talk about the ways that film has changed the course of the American civil rights movement.
Towson University alumna Anneliese Bruce is now working as a graphic designer for the Super Bowl Champion Baltimore Ravens, a job that comes with unique benefits.
Artscape, Baltimore’s premiere summer arts festival, is just around the corner. To celebrate, Towson University has debuted a hot new exhibition of its own.
After falling in love with opera as a student at Towson, Corinne Winters ’05 has performed across the globe
Rising star Amy Schumer may raise eyebrows with her vulgarity, but the theatre graduate makes no apologies. Instead, she sits down with NPR to tell her side of the story.
The popular station was honored for its 2012 “Concert for the Chesapeake Bay,” a live simulcast that encouraged listeners to restore Maryland’s precious watershed.
The study of human nature and interaction came to life with sometimes stunning impact at the program’s film festival in the College of Liberal Arts Building.
Graduating senior Stephen Middleton, along with a group of electronic media and film students at Towson University, produced the video.
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