Rutgers Theater Company transforms The Winter's Tale into radio play

Excerpt from Rutgers Today

When 15 actors of the Rutgers Theater Company (RTC) began plans to produce William Shakespeare’s The Winter’s Tale, they never imagined that instead of performing before a live audience they would be at home trying to bring the production to life as a radio play.

MFA theater student Kim Griffin featured on Rutgers Today: From Ringling Bros. to Costume Design

Photo: Courtesy of Kim GriffinMason Gross MFA student Kim Griffin shares what life was like as head seamstress for Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus two years after the 146-year-old show gave its final curtain call.

What do you do when “The Greatest Show on Earth” runs its course and your job experience includes lion taming, acrobatics, or performing as a ringmaster?

Deb Jackel has been teaching Meisner-based acting technique, Audition Technique, and Cold Reading at the William Esper Studio since 2000.

Theater faculty member teaches scientists how to improve communication through improv

Andrew Abdou was in the middle of giving a presentation at the annual conference of the American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine in September when he noticed audience members growing restless and bored, and some even leaving.

Costume Designer for Madonna, Katy Perry trains Mason Gross theater students

Mio Guberinic, costume designer for Madonna, Katy Perry, Saturday Night Live and Batman’s nemesis Bane, is training theater students to create wearable art through the technology of thermoplastics.

Assistant Production Manager

Mason Gross named No. 4 theater design & tech program

OnStage blog has named Mason Gross the No. 4 theater design and tech program in the country for 2018-19.

Interim Associate Chair of the Theater Department, Head of Technical Direction