UL Assistant Professor of Theatre Camille Bulliard, has been awarded a Faculty Fellowship to represent Region 6 of the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival, at the festival’s National event in Washington, D.C.

UL Assistant Professor of Theatre Camille BulliardThe John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts
Announces Awards and Scholarship Recipients of the 42nd Annual
KENNEDY CENTER AMERICAN COLLEGE THEATER FESTIVAL
National Festival April 13-17, 2010

Washington, D.C. - The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts announces the awards and scholarship nominees for the 42nd annual Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival (KCACTF), April 13-17, 2010.

UL Assistant Professor of Theatre Camille Bulliard, has been awarded a Faculty Fellowship to represent Region 6 of the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival, at the festival’s National event in Washington, D.C.

Selected faculty and participants from eight regional festivals held in January and February at colleges and universities across the country have been invited to showcase their talents at the Kennedy Center, to be considered for scholarships and awards and to participate in master classes with some of the best artists in their field. Students participating in the regional and national festivals are eligible for awards for distinction in performance, stage design, playwriting, directing, stage management, dramaturgy, and dramatic criticism.

Developed by Roger L. Stevens, Kennedy Center Founding Chairman, the KCACTF is dedicated to encouraging, recognizing and celebrating the finest and most diverse work produced in college and university theater programs. The eight regional festivals and national festival provide an opportunity for college and university theater departments to present their work, especially new or student-written work, and to receive outside assessment. Since its establishment in 1969, the KCACTF has reached more than 18 million theatergoers, students and teachers nationwide.

Faculty Fellowships recognizes faculty members for outstanding achievement as teaching artists. Each recipient will attend the KCACTF National Festival in April to mentor student award-recipients and participate in master classes. 

Professor Bulliard has been recognized in the area of Performance.

In addition to her post at UL, Ms. Bulliard also maintains a private practice as a certified Life and Career Coach.

Kennedy Center Education Department
For more than 35 years, the Kennedy Center has provided quality arts educational experiences through performances, residencies, workshops, conferences, career development programs, symposia, and on-line and print resources.  In the past year, the Center’s education programs have directly impacted more than 16 million people across the nation.   The educational mission of the Kennedy Center is to foster understanding of and participation in the arts through exemplary programs and performances for diverse populations of all ages that represent the unique cultural life and heritage of the United States.  For more information, visit the Center’s Web site at www.kennedy-center.org/education.

KCACTF Support
Theater at the Kennedy Center is presented with the generous support of Stephen and Christine Schwarzman.

The Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival is sponsored by The U.S. Department of Education; Dr. Gerald and Paula McNichols Foundation; The Kennedy Center Corporate Fund; and The National Committee for the Performing Arts.

For more information about the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival, please visit www.kcactf.org

 


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