This October, the Loyola Department of Theatre Arts & Dance (TAD) will produce Theatre For One, a series of five short plays that feat
by Georgett Hernandez
The Loyola Theatre Arts & Dance Department Announces the 2021-2022 Season
Written by Erin Haynes
July 13, 2020
In this show we take a “peek” into the lives of actors, writers, producers, and educators that work in the fields of film, television, and theatre.
Composer and guitarist Brandon Carcamo (Class of 2020) won the composition prize of the 2020 Austin Classical Guitar Festival composition competiti
Loyola Theatre Arts & Dance junior Javier Mederos will perform in a Zoom reading of Jeffrey LaHoste’s new play Zephyr this Friday.
Loyola Theatre Arts & Dance alum Rosalind Santos Hall (Class of 2014) portrayed a kidnapping victim in a recent episode of NCIS: New Orlean
Loyola Theatre Arts and Dance sophomores Gabriela Lopez Ruiz and Jada Williams were named Bronze Scholar Athletes this week by the National Associa
TAD sophomore Madeline Taliancich won the Monroe Library Student Research Competition for her paper entitled “Trouble in Tir-na-n-Og: MacNamara’s C