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For Hurting Hands
2 weeks ago • November 19, 2020 • Posted in , ,

University Theatre to Present “For Hurting Hands” Nov. 19-21

The University of the Ozarks Theatre will present the student-written and performed production, “For Hurting Hands,” on Nov. 19-21. The 40-minute production has been pre-recorded and will be available through Zoom at 7 p.m. each of the three evenings. Assistant Professor of Theatre Rebecca Bailey said the story “has its finger on the pulse of […]

Geoshan Lee

Lee Continues Family Legacy at Ozarks

When Geoshan Lee graduates from University of the Ozarks this month, he will continue a family legacy that began approximately 40 years ago when his parents met as students on the Ozarks campus. Lee, from Penang, Malaysia, will graduate with a communications degree and minors in marketing and theatre. His parents, George Lee and Naomi […]

Campus in the spring

Campus Events Cancelled Through Semester

University of the Ozarks has cancelled all public, student and academic events on campus for the remainder of the Spring 2020 Semester and is limiting off-campus visitors in an attempt to control the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). There are currently no reported or suspected cases of COVID-19 on the U of O campus […]

Loves Labours Lost
November 9, 2019 • Posted in , , ,

University Theatre to Host KCACTF State Festival

The University of the Ozarks Theatre will host the Arkansas Festival of the 2019 Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival (KCACTF) Region 6 on Nov. 14-16. University Theatre will present its production of “Love’s Labour’s Lost” at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 14, in the Walton Fine Arts Center’s Seay Theatre.   In addition, the University of […]

Ethan Lubera
October 28, 2019 • Posted in , ,

Designing a Career in Theatre

University of the Ozarks senior Ethan Lubera has been accepted into a prestigious graduate degree program in theatre design, continuing a love of the performance arts that first began a decade ago as a sixth-grader when he was cast in a community theatre production of “Cheaper by the Dozen.” The theatre and music major from […]