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Five Minutes to Places is produced by members of the MFA Theatre Management program in the Maggie Allesee Department of Theatre and Dance, within the College of Fine, Performing, and Communication Arts, at Wayne State University, under the producing entity, Theatre and Dance at Wayne.

To learn more about Theatre and Dance at Wayne, please visit theatreanddanceatwayne.com. To learn more about our academic programs, please visit theatreanddance.wayne.edu

Feb 4, 2021

Devon Redmond’s story is one of arts of many disciplines, following inspiration, and shifting perspectives over time. From band and instruments to dueling pianos to producing music to telling stories at Theatre and Dance at Wayne, Devon has immersed himself in the world of the arts. His passion for storytelling...


Jan 21, 2021

With social distancing and stay-at-home orders as a backdrop, the “hello how are we” dance project investigates what this question means today and expresses this theme through dance. Madison directed and choreographed, Sarah composed original music, Azeb performed in the production, and Angelica documented the...


Jan 4, 2021

It started as the short, silly Tik Tok song "Ode to Remy". This inspired thousands of people to create TikToks with their ideas for a musical. This turned into a star-studded show and raised $1M+ to benefit The Actors Fund. This bonus episode features Emily Jacobsen (TikTok: @e_jaccs), the creator of "Ode to Remy", and...


Dec 17, 2020

What does it take to help arts organizations reach their full potential? Tom O’Connor knows. From working in the industry to consulting to his start in social work, Tom has built his career on making the arts engaging and accessible through marketing. Investigate how a person behind the table helps arts organizations...


Dec 3, 2020

Join Emily and our guests Yuval Sharon, Christine Goerke, Marsha Music, and Eliot Heaton from Michigan Opera Theatre to hear about their recent production of “Twilight: Gods”. Performed throughout a parking structure, audience members watched the production from their cars for a brand-new safe and immersive