“Decision Height” Revival Celebrates Ten Years of the Award-Winning Drama

“Decision Height” Revival Celebrates Ten Years of the Award-Winning Drama

Hollins Theatre is presenting a fully produced Zoom livestream presentation and first revival of the drama, April 1-3, 9-10, and 11. Written by Meredith Dayna Levy ’12, M.F.A. ’18, “Decision Height” won top playwriting honors from the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival after it was originally staged in October 2012.

“I Know What I Want Things to Sound Like”: Hollins Senior Earns Design Honors From Prestigious Theatre Conferences

“I Know What I Want Things to Sound Like”: Hollins Senior Earns Design Honors From Prestigious Theatre Conferences

Anna Johnson ’21 recently earned first place awards from the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival Region IV and the Southeastern Theatre Conference. Both honored her for her sound design work on Hollins Theatre’s “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time.”

London Calling: Through an Internship Abroad, a Senior “Storyteller” Furthers Her Growth as a Writer and Film Student

London Calling: Through an Internship Abroad, a Senior “Storyteller” Furthers Her Growth as a Writer and Film Student

While studying abroad in London during the 2019 Fall Term, Carly Lewis ’21 worked with a global digital creative and marketing company specializing in promoting talent in the music and entertainment industries.

Wilson Museum’s Online Exhibitions Spotlight Work by Artist-in-Residence, Art Faculty

Wilson Museum’s Online Exhibitions Spotlight Work by Artist-in-Residence, Art Faculty

The Eleanor D. Wilson Museum at Hollins University is featuring “Eleanor Ray: 2021 Frances Niederer Artist-in-Residence” and “Elise Schweitzer: Painted Arches and Walled Gardents” through April 25.

Balancing Act: Hollins Professor Deftly Juggles Filmmaking with Teaching

Balancing Act: Hollins Professor Deftly Juggles Filmmaking with Teaching

With 40 years as a professional filmmaker and nearly three decades teaching film in higher education. Associate Professor of Film Amy Gerber-Stroh has found that immersion in both vocations is the key to success and fulfillment.

2021 Hollins-Mill Mountain Winter Festival of New Works Goes Virtual

2021 Hollins-Mill Mountain Winter Festival of New Works Goes Virtual

The Hollins-Mill Mountain Winter Festival of New Works, which each January showcases compelling new plays by students from the Playwright’s Lab at Hollins University, is headed online this year with two fully produced plays and two thesis play readings presented via Zoom livestream.

M.A.T. Student’s Gift for Creating Miniatures Earns Spotlight on HGTV’s “Biggest Little Christmas Showdown”

M.A.T. Student’s Gift for Creating Miniatures Earns Spotlight on HGTV’s “Biggest Little Christmas Showdown”

Amanda Kelly, who currently is pursuing a Master of Arts in Teaching degree with a visual arts endorsement at Hollins, and her fiancée and creative partner Bree Sepulveda, have reached the finals of this four-episode competition that boasts a grand prize of $50,000.

Hollins Professor R.H.W. Dillard Talks Centennial Of Legendary Italian Director Federico Fellini

Hollins Professor R.H.W. Dillard Talks Centennial Of Legendary Italian Director Federico Fellini

“He’s an extraordinary filmmaker, and he does it with such clarity in his heart,” said Dillard about Fellini’s enduring popularity. “[His] humanity draws us back to him, as well as his art.”

Nationally Ranked Hollins Theatre Institute Announces Online Events for 2020-21 Season

Nationally Ranked Hollins Theatre Institute Announces Online Events for 2020-21 Season

The Hollins Theatre Institute (HTI) will be offering fans of the stage the opportunity to attend a number of special virtual productions during the 2020-21 season. This season’s schedule comes as HTI celebrates its recent ranking by The Princeton Review as the eighth-best college theatre program in the country.

Amy Gerber-Stroh’s Latest Film Probes Connectedness and Isolation, Detachment and Engagement, in the Modern World

Amy Gerber-Stroh’s Latest Film Probes Connectedness and Isolation, Detachment and Engagement, in the Modern World

The associate professor of film explores the ways in which cell technology has impacted society, and imagines the possibilities if cell towers actually developed consciousness, in “Do Cell Towers Dream of Morse Code?”

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