Posting Date: September 20, 2012

Tony Award-winner Skypes with Kennesaw State students
Hal Prince has live Skype conversation with College of the Arts students

Photo by Scott Singleton

On Friday, Sept. 14, at 2 p.m. Kennesaw State University College of the Arts students had the unique opportunity to participate in a Skype conversation with 21-time Tony Award-winner Hal Prince in the Stillwell Theater. Prince has been a producer and director on Broadway for more than 50 years and spoke to COTA students about his career and the future of musical theatre.

The conversation was moderated by Shuler Hensley, KSU artist-in-residence, who was meeting with Prince in his New York office. Hensley, also a Tony Award-winner, has worked with Prince and many other luminaries in the arts and plans to introduce other artists to COTA students through the coming months.



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