May-August 2010, vol. 25, no. 8

Cory Robertson

Playwright Tony Kushner—whose epic, two-part play Angels in America won a Pulitzer Prize and two Tony Awards—will address ...More
A season peppered with dedications and debuts, anniversaries and other milestones, and a generous sampling of premieres.

Benjamin Laude

Some demand video games, others beg for ponies. When Gregory DeTurck, the winner of this year's William Petschek ...More

Luke Conklin

William Christie said specialists need to focus on the music of the Baroque in his inspiring Juilliard master ...More

ToniMarie Marchioni

As evidenced by a recent article in The New York Times and performances at The Juilliard School, there ...More

Amelia Pedlow

The plays of William Shakespeare have been set in just about every time or place, from the circus ...More

Evan Fein

One might be tempted to say that “Afiara” means “crowned with laurels,” as there is scarcely a prize ...More
Three writers offer reflections on how the Juilliard in Aiken experience enriches the lives of all involved.More

David Clausen

Xenophobia, as anyone who watches the news could attest, occupies a prominent position in contemporary American politics. What ...More
Pianist Benjamin Laude, who graduates this month with a Master of Music degree and will return to Juilliard ...More
Molly Yeh

Q&A With Rutina Wesley

Kathryn Carissimi

Louise Behrend: The Art of Teaching

Molly Yeh

Branching Out at Summer Camp

George Stelluto

The Great Race: An Allegory

Kendall Durelle Briggs

Andrew Gutauskas

Bruce Hodges

3 Vets Offer Stellar Mendelssohn; Images of Brazil

David ClausenMolly Yeh

If you could nominate one person to receive an honorary doctorate from Juilliard, who would it be and why?

Jeni Dahmus Farah

Rodgers Writes End-of-Year Revue (1923); Dance Revies Humphrey's "Red Fires" (1954); Celebrating an Anniversary of "The Rite of Spring" (1989)

Greta Berman

The Intimate Picasso–A New Perspective

Faculty-Student News May 2010

Recent Deaths in the Juilliard Community

Arthur Winograd 1920-2010

Nick Choksi

The Sweetest Song