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UT Department of Theatre & Dance
The University of Illinois' Brant Pope is hired to lead UT's theatre/dance school
Arts Story  May 28, 2010, by Robert Faires
"...The University of Texas Department of Theatre & Dance has a new chair: Dr. Brant Pope, head of the University of Illinois' Department of Theatre, who is nothing if not enthusiastic about his new position..."

Staging Building the Wall Before Trump Builds His Wall
Robert Schenkkan races to get his latest work on stage
Arts Story  August 31, 2017, by Robert Faires
"...The producing entity in our city is the University of Texas Department of Theatre & Dance – fitting since Schenkkan is an alum. But Department Chair Brant Pope, who's directing UT's production, has a more compelling reason for bringing Building the Wall to life here..."

The Cherry Orchard
The crises facing Chekhov's characters feel very current in UT's staging
Arts Review  September 23, 2011, by Robert Faires
"...That contemporary feel to this staging of Anton Chekhov's The Cherry Orchard by the University of Texas Department of Theatre & Dance comes very deliberately from its director, department chair Brant Pope. He's chosen as his text a late Nineties translation by Paul Schmidt that was written for the American ear..."

UT Department of Theatre & Dance's Building the Wall
UT Department of Theatre & Dance rushes to get Robert Schenkkan's timely political drama onstage
Arts Review  September 7, 2017, by Elizabeth Cobbe
"...Brant Pope's direction in Bruno-Pierre Houle's set seems implausible. Could a man who's been living in solitary really enjoy free rein of such a large room, bolted-down benches notwithstanding? Is this how much ease and space these characters would have when moving around each other?..."

The Diary of Anne Frank
Every element of this UT Department of Theatre & Dance production demands attention and respect
Arts Review  October 15, 2015, by Shanon Weaver
"...The script by Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett is rather dense – not with heightened language but with an emotional thickness that could give way to melodrama in less skilled hands. Director Brant Pope understands that dramatic action is the foundation of theatre and has his very talented cast wrap themselves in each moment, living there fully before bravely moving to the next..."

Dial 'M' for Murder
This Fifties suspenser shows its age in UT's production, which never quite generates all the suspense it could
Arts Review  October 11, 2013, by Elizabeth Cobbe
"...Yet the direction from department chair Brant Pope never quite rises to the challenges posed by a play like this one. A talky, talky script like Dial "M" isn't necessarily a bad thing, or nobody would ever bother to see a Shakespeare or a Chekhov..."

High School Thesps Earn More Than Applause
New area musical theatre awards announce first nominations
DAILY Arts  March 21, 2014, by Robert Faires
"...That idea was echoed by Brant Pope, chair of the UT Department of Theatre & Dance, who was on hand to help announce the nominees: "I grew up in Minnesota, where you're either a hockey player or a Communist. When I was in Guys and Dolls because I couldn't skate backwards fast enough to be a defenseman, it changed my life, too."..."

2016 High School Musical Nominees
Theatre awards' third year boasts 28 schools, 136 nominees
DAILY Arts  March 9, 2016, by Robert Faires
"...Brett Barnes of the Long Center, UT Theatre & Dance Department Chair Brant Pope, and Nat Miller, education director at Zach, read the lists of nominees in 15 categories honoring every aspect of production: student performances, musical direction, orchestra, choreography, design, direction, and technical execution. Every school earned at least one nomination, and 11 schools received at least five..."

Media Clips
News Column  October 20, 1995
"...11. "In holding steadfast to his beliefs, Pope John Paul insists he must be guided by his conscience rather than the popularity - or unpopularity - of his views."..."

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