BUILD THE FOUNDATION AT UM-FLINT

Learned Ladies, 2013 photo by Mark Baker

The central focus of the UM-Flint Department of Theatre & Dance is to provide our students with a challenging educational environment and richly diverse learning experiences. We also strive to provide students opportunities to work alongside professionals both on stage and off.

 

Making Connections

The Flint Youth Theatre & The University of Michigan-Flint Alliance

For all aspiring theatre and dance students, the opportunity to collaborate with professional artists and master teachers is critical to their education, their experience and their resumes. UM-Flint is within waslking distance of the Flint Cultural Center's nationally acclaimed Flint Youth Theatre, providing unique opportunities not available to students in other parts of the state. Many UM-Flint students have worked collaboratively with teh professional artisitc team at Flint Youth Theatre and UM-Flint Faculty. We deeply value this alliance and are eager to further its development in the years to come. 

For more information about Flint Youth Theatre's 2014-2015 Season or call their box office at (810) 237-1530. 

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2014-2015 Allied Production

Directed by UM-Flint Faculty, Professor Janet Haley. 10 UM-Flint Faculty, Students and Alumni are working on this production

Through SONG and DANCE, A LOVE STORY, a COOKING LESSON and more, FYT examines the unique place the Flint Farmers' Market holds in our community. Located at the new Flint Farmers' Market, this dynamic new play celebrates the Market’s value to our past, present, and future.

Written by nationally-renowned theater maker Michael Rohd, this new play was developed in collaboration with Flint Youth Theatre artists over a two and half year period, features Mr. Rohd’s signature interweaving of time and space, history and architecture, virtuoso performance and audience participation.