Archive for September 2013


The URTA Q&A with David McGraw

David McGraw is the head of Stage Management and Arts Entrepreneurship at University of Iowa. He sheds some light on the world of graduate training in stage management–what to look for in a program, and what you should be ready for when you get there. Can you discuss how you came to pursue a career
  • Actors' Equity Association, NUAI, Stage Management, Theatre, University of Iowa, urta
  • Posted by URTA  Posted on 30 Sep  0 Comments
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The URTA Q&A with James Knight

Actor, teaching artist, and URTA alum, James Knight, took some time to speak with URTA about the life of the professional actor, post-graduate school. How important would you say that training has been to you in your career?
  • acting, auditions, television, training, UMKC, urta
  • Posted by URTA  Posted on 23 Sep  0 Comments
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The URTA Q&A with Joel Ebarb

Joel Ebarb is a professional theatre designer and the Chair of the Theatre Department at Purdue University. He recently took some time to answer our questions about graduate training for costume design, and pursuing a career in the professional theatre. Your primary work has been in design, but you have also done a good amount
  • costume design, design portfolio, nuais, Portfolio Review, Purdue
  • Posted by URTA  Posted on 16 Sep  0 Comments
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The URTA Q&A with Ray Dooley

Ray Dooley is an accomplished actor and head of the Professional Actor Training Program at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Today, Ray answers some questions about the program he leads, what he looks for in auditions, and much more. What are some of the guiding principles of UNC Chapel Hill’s actor training?
  • Alabama Shakespeare Festival, PlayMakers Rep, Ray Dooley, Seattle Repertory Theatre, UNC Chapel Hill
  • Posted by URTA  Posted on 03 Sep  0 Comments
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