News for Current undergraduate students

Monday, May 31, 2021

Beyond the Bulletin with Kim Nguyen

Episode 89 of the Beyond the Bulletin Podcast is now live, featuring an interview with from Communication Arts. Anti-Asian racism is a lot older than the pandemic, though cases of discrimination a

Friday, April 9, 2021

Theatre and Performance Award Winners 2021

Theatre and Performance Award Winners 2021

We are excited to announce the 2021 winners of the Theatre and Performance program awards. The last year has certainly been challenging, so we are very proud of all our students for adapting and continuing to produce such amazing work. Congratulations to all of our winners!

Friday, March 12, 2021

Feel the sun calling me to forgive: Emily Radcliffe responds to "21 Black Futures"

Head and shoulders photo of Emily Radcliffe standing in front of a tree wearing a black turtleneck

Emily Radcliffe is a third year Arts and Business student majoring in Theatre and Performance. She was one of 21 Black students chosen from more than 60 applicants across Canada who responded to CBC Arts and Obsidian Theatre's 21 Black Futures pla

Wednesday, March 3, 2021

The show must go on: Adapting live theatre to the pandemic

The cast of 'carried away on the crest of a wave' in rehearsal.

Original article The show must go on: Adapting live theatre to the pandemic By Eloise Fan

The transition to online learning in the last few terms has unearthed many new challenges for the Theatre and Performance program at UWaterloo. However, with challenges come opportunities to continue pushing the dynamic boundaries of theatre creation.

Monday, June 25, 2018

Naila Keleta-Mae in search of black girlhood

Naila Keleta-Mae

Naila Keleta-Mae, Assistant Professor with Theatre and Performance,  has a busy summer ahead of her.  Naila has begun researching black girlhood, performances of black girlhood, and what we can learn from it – as opposed to black womanhood, which Naila has traditionally researched.