Ayad Akhtar's ('02) 'Disgraced' Returns to Broadway
The Pulitzer Prize-winning play Disgraced, written by Film Program alumnus Ayad Akhtar ('02), will return to New York this fall in a Broadway production. The show, directed by Kimberly Senior, will be presented at the Lincoln Center Theatre. Tickets are available online and by phone starting September 6.
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Application Deadlines **Please note that the Fall 2015 application will not be available until October 1st, 2014**
Film MFA: December 2, 2014
Film Studies MA: February 3, 2015
Theatre MFA (Directing only): December 2, 2014
Theatre MFA (all other concentrations): January 6, 2015
Writing MFA: January 6, 2015
Visual Arts MFA: January 15, 2015
Arts Interdepartmental MFA (Sound Arts): January 15, 2015