The Guthrie Men’s Quartet, comprised of tenor Gabriel Hubbard, bassist Ryan Berry, tenor Owen Langford and baritone Will Lowery, first performed in fall semester 2022 after local businessman and alumnus John Guthrie donated $150,000 to the UTC Department of Performing Arts.
Starting in fall semester 2022, a new concentration—Theatre Entrepreneurship—will give students the concepts and tools to see themselves as a product to be sold.
Ten local and regional hip-hop artists showcased their talents as part of UTC’s first official Hip-Hop Week.
COVID-19 doesn’t stop UTC Theatre Company performance.
Faculty and staff who went above and beyond are recognized.
More than just a show, Outlook/Overlook is an immersive, multi-location experience running Feb. 4-9.
Ward’s recital on Sunday, Feb. 24 is dedicated to the memory of his influential teacher, Max Deen Larsen.
Directing the company’s production of the 17th-century French classic is 2011 graduate Blake Harris. He returns to Chattanooga after graduating with a Master of Fine Arts with a concentration in theatre directing from California Arts Institute.
Psychologist, author and stand-up comedian Chris Kilmartin is at UTC this week, discussing implicit prejudice and how to fight against it.
UTC music professor and the Chattanooga Library ‘tap into souls’ of local preschoolers with Symphonic Tales
Symphonic Tales partners with the Chattanooga Public Library to pair music, stories and activities with a theme that speaks to three-, four- and five-year-olds enrolled in early childhood programs and at public libraries.