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Carnegie Mellon University facts:
School of Drama Receives NEH Grant Supporting Translation on Lessing's "Hamburg Dramaturgy"
Three Carnegie Mellon School of Drama Teams To Appear in NYC Fringe Festival
CMU's School of Drama Opens 2012-2013 Season With British Comedy "The Rivals," Guest Director Annie Tyson
Doing Good in a Bad World--School of Drama's Production of "Good Person of Setzuan" Runs Oct. 6-15
CMU School of Drama's New Season Features Tony Award-Winning Play, Internationally Acclaimed Director
Award-winning Broadway, Film and Television Producer Nelle Nugent to Speak at Carnegie Mellon, April 8
CMU Alumnus, Hollywood Producer John Wells Makes Gift to Enhance Drama School's Directing Program
Carnegie Mellon University School of Drama Announces 2009–2010 Season of Plays
Carnegie Mellon University School of Drama Stages Contemporary Version of Shakespeare's
"Richard III," April 15-24
Carnegie Mellon University School of Drama Presents "Playground: A Festival of Student Work," April 3 - 5
Carnegie Mellon University School of Drama Presents Four
New Plays in This Year's New Works Series, Feb. 10-27
Carnegie Mellon University School of Drama Stages "How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying," Nov. 12-21
Architecture Theater Class Goes Backstage at Cirque de Soleil in Las Vegas
In the News:
CMU Shines Among Best Of Theatre List for 2012 in Post-Gazette
Hollywood Reporter Ranks CMU School of Drama in Top 25 Drama Schools
Article: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Accomplished Alum Gives to Directing Program
Review: Pittsburgh City Paper "The Alice Project"
Review: Pittsburgh City Paper “Richard III” by CONTACT _Con-426D30964B9 Gordon Spencer
School of Drama Productions Recognized by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Review: Pittsburgh City Paper “The Inspector General” Robert Isenberg
Lighting and Sound America “The Light of the Mind” by David Barbour