The School of Music’s spring opera, “The Barber of Seville,” is the last production before the retirement of professor, and director of the opera, Lawrence Vincent.
Marianne is not only an assistant lighting designer, she is also an example to her crew, a mom who balances work and family and a woman who’s figured out what she likes to do.
William Shakespeare’s “Hamlet” becomes a spy thriller in the spring production by BYU’s Department of Theater and Media Arts.
BYU’s Department of Theatre and Media Arts’ spring production of Argonautika uses creative storytelling to share stories from Greek mythology to family audiences.
Students shared their thoughts about these industry leaders coming to BYU. Jeffrey Martin, the producer of the BRAVO! series, said the series provides the opportunity for students and the community to see these world class acts perform here in Provo, Utah.
Mark and Jeannette Geslison, who have been teaching dance and music at BYU for over 20 years, prepare for their “Journey” concert this Friday at the Covey Center for the Arts.