- The York College Theatre Announces its 2012-2013 Season
For over 40 years, York College Theatre has prided itself on presentations of the highest quality. From its earliest years, the Theatre discipline at York has been committed to excellence, from the production of timeless plays by Shakespeare, Coward, and Williams to the new classics of August Wilson and A.R. Gurney.
- Professor Timothy J. Amrhein to Join the Ranks of Distinguished CUNY Fellows
Associate Professor of Theatre and Dept. of Performing and Fine Arts Chair, Timothy J. Amrhein will join the ranks of Distinguished CUNY Fellows at the Advanced Research Collaborative, the Graduate Center for the Spring 2016.
- Auditions for the Spring 2015 play "Our Lady of 121st Street"
York College Theatre Announces auditions for its Spring 2015 play, "Our Lady of 121st Street" by Stephen Adly Guirgis
- York College Theatre Annouces AUDITIONS for AIDA
York College Theatre Announces auditions for its Spring 2015 musical, AIDA by Elton John and Time Rice.
- The Business of Music - Special Guest Lecturer, Robert Celestin
The York College Dept. of Performing and Fine Arts, in association with NAFME presents, "The Business of Music" with special guest lecturer, Robert Celestin.
- Communications Technology Major Wins CUNY's Monthly Student Photo Competition
Khalil Quick, a Communications Technology major, won CUNY's monthly student photo competition for October, 2014.
- ISTWA! Story time for a small world
At the 15th Annual New York International Fringe Festival.
- York College Theatre Announce Its 2011-2012 Theatre Season
The York College Theatre is excited to announce its 2011-2012 theatre season, our most varied and provocative playbill yet! Proving again that great theatre is about the experience: comedy, tragedy, new works and music.
- Language and Identity: The Latino Mask. A symposium about language in theatre and its impact on an audience.
Focusing on language itself, we explore the idea of bilingualism on-stage. This project also attempts to examine how specific cultural idioms in a Spanish-language play can be conveyed to an English-speaking audience, holding true to the intended meaning of a play as presented in its original language.
- Welcome to new Faculty and Staff
The Department of Performing and Fine Arts welcomes two new faculty and one new College Laboratory Technician (CLT) in the discipline of Fine Arts.