Student actors and audiences find "90 minutes of chills, thrills and laughs..." in Kappa Kappa Scream by Randall David Cook ’91Read more
Artist-in-residence and Furman alum Randall David Cook presents world premiere of play intended for mature audiences--not for those afraid of the dark.
Neil Shurley reviews Deborah Brevoort’s award-winning play “The Women of Lockerbie,” which runs through Nov. 20 and is directed by guest Jayce T. Tromsness.
Artist-in-Residence Doug Berky presents an eclectic visual mask theatre experience.
‘A moving, thoughtful exploration of how grief changes over time.’ – The New Yorker
The new strategic vision, which will transform the student experience, combines a liberal arts education with immersive experiences outside the classroom.
A reviewer describes Furman's production of Pinter's "The Birthday Party" as a combination of Franz Kafka and Quentin Tarantino.
“Fascinating capacity to be menacing, ominous and evocative of some dark and threatening doom.” – New York Post
Alum Jim David ’76 returns to his hometown of Asheville, N.C., June 23 for a one-night only show at the Asheville Community Theatre.
The Furman University Board of Trustees approved promotions and/or tenure for 14 faculty members and granted emeritus status to four professors who are retiring this summer.