Ghost Light is the Bachelor of Fine Arts in Production Dramaturgy Program at Carnegie Mellon University's School of Drama. The "Ghost Light" model of dramaturgy is a muscular, critically engaged, artistically vibrant approach to dramaturgy that requires thorough historical understanding, theoretical training broad and deep, and a passionate dedication to creating powerful, relevant performance of all types.
Use this blog to:
USE THIS BLOG TO:
*Communicate with the rest of the collective by posting comments, queries, observations, anecdotes, discoveries, cries for attention, and information relevant to your production work, as you will. * Share the site address with your casts and crews - post links to your packets and dossiers. * Use the RSS feeds which link to a number of sites of interest to us, and suggest new ones. * Recruit people you know who might be interested in joining the program. *
The new school year has begun! Ghostlighters, please make sure you are on the dramaturgy D-List for the School of Drama. Check here for updates on important events, job postings, digital casebooks, and general conversation on topics relevant to our work.
This weekend I was privileged to join the families of Rose Sengenberger (09) and Adam Spencer at the occasion of their wedding at the Trinity Cathedral in Cleveland, Ohio. It was a lovely ceremony and reception; also in attendance was Brianna Allen (09). Congratulations, Rose and Adam!