|MICHAEL A MUFSON (Professor of Theatre) Michael has a long history in the professional theatre, beginning at the age of sixteen, when he was an apprentice at the Provincetown Playhouse in Massachusetts. Michael, however, traces his theatrical roots back to his family’s close association with E. Y. Harburg, the lyricist of The Wizard of Oz, Finian’s Rainbow and “Brother Can You Spare a Dime”, who has been one of Michael’s constant role models.Michael has worked his way through all levels of the theatre labyrinth positions at some of the Nations most acclaimed regional and summer stock theatres including Arena Stage, StageWest and the Berkshire Theatre Festival. more...
October 31- November 9
A climate-crisis comedy by Eric Coble
With most of the world in extreme climate conditions, all the indigenous habitats and peoples have been preserved in Orlando’s Culture Fiesta Theme Park. When the population of the Native American Pavilion dwindles, manager Henry Carson ventures into the wilds and returns with a not-so-authentic replacement whose trickster nature creates havoc for everyone. . .but, he just may be the only one who can save them from the coming apocalypse.
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|TA 100 Intro to Theatre TA 113 Improvisational Theatre TA 115 Acting One TA 116 Acting Two TA 119 Voice and Speech
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