Towson’s Big 150: Raft Woodus’ Story

Towson University is celebrating 150 years as an educational institution. Director of Student Success Programs Raft Woodus is no stranger to Towson. Having attended Towson for undergrad to now being the head of many programs and committees, Woodus shares his story on how Towson has evolved over the years through his eyes.

Special Connections

In the performing arts world it is important to build connections early on. Ashley Rivers shares how these connections are what helps most dancers get their foot in the door, or have that edge over the next person. They are also useful because they open up many new opportunities for dancers especially newer dancers in…

Equality for all actors

In Los Angeles, there has been a recent push for all actors in small theaters to receive minimum wage as compensation for their time spent. These actors not only perform, but they make sure the production is put together properly so that shows are executed efficiently.  They live up to the title “all in one,”…

A look into Dancer’s feet

Many dancers spend endless hours practicing each day. Ballet dancers in particular spend numerous hours in point shoes which have a wooden board on the tip to help stabilize them better. How do these practice affect the structure and well-being of the foot? Many dancers suffer from callouses, arthritis. Blisters and much more as a…