BYU Mass Casualty Simulation: This semester’s mass casualty simulation will be held on Saturday, March 30. 100 volunteers are needed to act out various states of distress during the simulation. For those who would like to participate, click here.
Please make sure that you take the time to come to the TMA Office on the 5th floor, D-wing of the HFAC as soon as possible to sign up for your acting and MDT proficiencies. The TMA Office is open from 8am to 5pm, Monday through Friday. See the flyer below for more specific details about available dates and times for proficiencies.
Love comedy? Have a knack for writing? Do you dream of sketch comedy amazingness such as the likes of Studio C?
BYU has a class for that.
Come join TMA 215R our Sketch Comedy Writing class taught by Professor Kenny Baldwin.
The BYU Nursing Department is looking for theatre student volunteers to help us enhance the simulation learning experience for our Nursing students. These will be one hour sessions where you will be assuming the role of family member to a simulated patient (high fidelity manikin). You will be at the bedside in our simulation center (Kimball tower) and will interact with the student nurses as they work on meeting multiple patient and family needs. Wigs and props will be provided as well as a detailed role distribution and simulation objectives. Simulation dates will be Nov. 8-9, 15-16 and 29-30. More information and a sign up document will be available in the newsletter at the start of Fall Semester. For questions, contact Christine Peters at email@example.com
The College of Fine Arts and Communications (CFAC) wants to stay updated on all your summer adventures! From study abroad programs to internships, we want to hear about your experiences. There are two ways to share your summer with us:
We congratulate all those who participated in the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival this past week. In the Acting arena, we congratulate the following students who were recognized:
Irene Ryan National Finalist: Bradley Mackay (This is the 5th year in a row that a BYU student has been the Irene Ryan national finalist from Region 8.)
Regional Classical Acting Award (National partners of the American Theatre): Chelsea Mortensen (This is the 2nd year in a row that a BYU student has received the Classical Acting award.)
Irene Ryan Finalist/Semifinalists & partners: Bradley Mackay & Malia Mackay and Chelsea Mortensen & Clara Richardson
Musical Theatre Initiative Finalist: Madison Dennis
In the Design Tech area:
Lighting Design Fellowship Winner: Susan Kupferer
Sound Design Fellowship Alternate: Katie Tenney
Lighting Design Finalist: Susan Kupferer
Makeup and Hair Design Finalist: Sarah Bult
Sound Design Finalist: Katie Tenney
Stage Management Finalists: MK Park and Susan Kupferer
In the Dramaturgy and Directing areas:
Honorable mention in dramaturgy: Rachelle Sutton
Finalist in directing: Mariah Eames
Faculty member George Nelson received the directing award for the ten minute play festival.
The three students that will return to the national competition in Washington D.C. this spring will be Bradley Mackay and his partner, Malia Mackay (Irene Ryan Scholarship Awards), and Susan Kupferer (Lighting Design).