A recent press release issued by Carnegie Mellon University announces its partnership with the Tony Awards. CMU will become the Tony Awards first exclusive higher education partner. Together the two institutions will create and launch the first, national recognition program to honor theater educators K-12.
A Carnegie Mellon University grad scored top honors for work on a Broadway musical at the 2014 Tony Awards. Jamie DeRoy (Class of 1967) was producer on "A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder," which won for best musical. Five other nominated CMU grads didn't fare as well during Sunday's award presentation.
Pittsburgh was all over the 2014 Tony Awards, even the commercials. BY JOELLE SMITH AND SAM FATULA Photo via Twitter Cool haircuts. Hip glasses. Major movie roles. The two gentlemen at the top of this page actually have more in common than their oddly similar sartorial choices.
In case you missed it, The American Theatre Wing's Tony Awards named CMU's School of Drama an "exclusive higher education partner" in the collaboration of a national award that will honor kindergarten through high school theatre educators.
PITTSBURGH, June 6, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Just weeks after announcing that it has become the Tony Awards first exclusive education partner, Carnegie Mellon University is releasing its first network, prime-time television commercial to air on Sunday, June 8, during the Tony Awards broadcast on CBS.