Meet Darci Robbins
Although California native Darci Robbins did not always want to work in theatre, the desire to be known by what she creates has been her passion for as long as she can remember. read more
Saiah’s production of "Moby-Dick" receives stellar reviews
ArtsATL recently published a stellar review of local theatre company Saiah's current production of "Moby-Dick."" Adapted for the stage by KSU Professor of Performance Studies John Gentile, "Moby-Dick" is described as a "don’t miss" show.
Much ado for Georgia Shakespeare as it announces new academic partners
Georgia Shakespeare is launching partnerships with Kennesaw State University, Brenau University and the University of North Georgia.
Kennesaw State University partners with Serenbe Playhouse
Kennesaw State's theatre students and faculty have a unique new opportunity to learn and practice their craft through the Department of Theatre and Performance Studies' exciting partnership with local Atlanta theatre company Serenbe Playhouse.
Summer Arts Intensive
The KSU Summer Arts Intensive offers creative workshops designed to provide high school students with individual and group instruction while studying with KSU's nationally recognized faculty, making new friends and sampling college life.
Summer Study in Montepulciano, Italy
Study abroad this summer in
Montepulciano, Italy, and take courses in art, theater, literature and more. The program includes field trips to Rome, Florence, Siena and Pisa. read more
Summer Study in Ireland
Around St. Patrick’s Day, there is always a lot of interest in Ireland, but the Emerald Isle is already on the minds of students in the Kennesaw State Department of Theatre & Performance Studies. read more
Arts blossom at KSU
The arts may be suffering nationally, but they are booming at Kennesaw State University.
The College of the Arts at Kennesaw State University
supports, defends and promotes academic freedom in artistic expression, as
outlined by the American Association of University Professors, and diversity
of all kinds as outlined by the university's Human
Relations Position Statement.