Buy your tickets today for Teen Summer Musical …Zombie Prom. BROWNPAPERTICKETS.COM Show runs: Thursday July 24th – Sunday July 27th What: Zombie Prom Directed by Terri Ferguson Choreographed by Stephanie Butler Musical Direction by Lynn Ambrose Where: KD Studio Theatre Trinity River Arts Center 2600 Stemmons Frwy. Suite 180 Dallas, TX 75207 When: July 24-27 , 2014 Thursday through Saturday 7 pm Saturday and Sunday 2 pm Tickets: $8 Students-$15 General Admission DALLAS, TEXAS KD Studio’s Imagination Players’ teen production is Zombie Prom with Music by Dana P. Rowe,… read more
KD College dance instructor – Paula Morelan choreographs: Broken – The Musical with KD College current student Michael D’Andre Childs as Dance Captain and performer. Opening Night Gala – July 25th - (50% of proceeds to benefit Dallas Area Rape Crisis Center) Broken is a story about tragedy. And about justice. But most of all, it’s a story about the power of the human spirit to overcome one of the most deeply personal and damaging events one can endure, rape. With an original story by Monica Martino and music by Aaron Fryklund, Broken follows the path of Mona as she… read more
Michael Serrecchia, KD College’s Musical Theatre Chair, is directing this new musical! Local composer Patrick Emile has a new musical, As We Lie Still, being performed at the New York Musical Theatre Workshop in July.
Dallas International Film Festival filmmakers visited the DIFF Studios at Holiday Inn Park Cities on Saturday, April 5th, 2014 to talk about their projects. See interviews from COWBOYS OF COLOR, with KD College Motion Picture Production graduates, Coy Poitier and Jacolby Percy.
DIFF 2014 High School Day-April 4 Film School 411 What college should I go to? We can help students with that question. This twist on a high school round table, will bring alumni college students from all over the Texas area that are currently working in the industry, to fill in these guys about the inside scoop on the film school they attended. The alumni will answer questions, and talk about what their program was like and why it was a great film school to go to. If students are really considering film as a career,… read more
Congratulations to Motion Picture Production Graduates: Coy Poitier and Jacolby Percy on their recent wins at the Texas Black Film Festival (TBFF). KD College is very proud of you! BEST SHORT DOCUMENTARIES Cowboys of Color – Multi-Cultural Legacy (Directed by Coy Poitier and Jacolby Percy – Dallas TX) Written by KD College instructor: Carolyn McCormick You Tube Video – Trailer for Cowboys of Color: It also won… BEST TEXAS FILM Cowboys of Color – Multi-Cultural Legacy (Directed by Coy Poitier and Jacolby Percy – Dallas TX) THE AUDIENCE CHOICE AWARD went to “Ritechus Cry” (Directed by… read more
KD College’s Director – TA Taylor has been asked to do a reading with Martin Sheen Martin Sheen will participate in the staged reading in Dallas of Noah’s Ark, a new play inspired by James Douglass’ bestselling book, JFK and the Unspeakable: Why He Died and Why It Matters. Noah’s Ark, by Pittsburgh playwright Ginny Cunningham, has been three years in development and will have a public staged reading at Unity Church of Dallas, 6525 Forest Lane, at 7 p.m. Thursday, November 21, the eve of the 50th anniversary of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. James Douglass will… read more
Michael Serrecchia’s (Musical Theatre Program Chair) latest project “Hank Williams: Lost Highway” is getting rave reviews. Here are a few quotes from Critical Rant “Stage director Michael Serrecchia could take a big musical like “The King and I” and produce it in a closet with a full cast and make it shine.” “Serrecchia upped the show’s game by casting tall, angular, sad-eyed Folsom in the lead, a charismatic regional professional with multi-dimensional chops.” “To reiterate, a strong, talented ensemble, directed handily by a top-flight director with impeccable instincts” “Hank Williams: Lost Highway” runs Wednesday through Sunday through November 3, 2013… read more
Water Tower Theatre interviews Michael Serrecchia Musical Theatre Program Chair. Water Tower Theatre sits down with Michael Serrecchia to discuss his career and latest project Directing HANK WILLIAMS: LOST HIGHWAY.
Drama and Theater Arts: One of the best choices for finding a job Yahoo Education quoting statistics from a recent Georgetown University study on unemployment rates for recent graduates found even in a down economy, people want to be entertained. Some of the findings included Drama & Theater Arts unemployment rates of only 6.4% compared with other fields of study like Architecture at 13.9% and Commercial Art and Graphic Design at 11.8%. KD College & KD Studio have some the highest placement rates after graduation in the United States. If you are considering a career in Acting, Musical Theatre or Motion… read more