Hook’ed at the Hip: Pamela Laredo and Wendy Fernandez

Tuesday, June 19, 2018 By Brittany Worthington, TPA Student Employee   Anyone who spends time with UT junior Wendy Fernandez and senior Pamela Laredo would assume they’ve been life-long friends. They laugh easily with one another, reference inside jokes, and both hail from Round Rock, Texas, where they lived fifteen minutes apart. When Pamela’s highContinue reading “Hook’ed at the Hip: Pamela Laredo and Wendy Fernandez”

New York

My trip to the Big Apple In early January New York City is known as the “city that never sleeps”, and during the APAP conference, neither did I. I flew in early so that I could see the city before the conference began, and the first challenge of the trip was finding Manhattan; I hadContinue reading “New York”

Sancho: An Act of Remembrance

The aspect of Sancho I found most interesting was the metatheatrical aspect the show introduced. Throughout the performance, many references were made to Shakespeare and Aphra Behn’s Oroonoko. Sancho’s namesake was attributed to Cervantes’ character, Sancho Panza, who he was forced to portray in his childhood. Sancho says, “the play’s the thing” in reference toContinue reading “Sancho: An Act of Remembrance”

The Value of Student Volunteerism

Wednesday, October 18, 2017 By Brittany Worthington, Marketing Student Assistant In the midst of classes, homework, part-time jobs, internships, and a social life, it takes a special student to choose to spend what extra time they have volunteering. Texas Performing Arts is lucky to have a network of UT student volunteers who serve as campusContinue reading “The Value of Student Volunteerism”