Rollins

January 19, 2022

What It’s Like to … Perform on the Silver Screen

Isabella Ward ’15 recently made her big-screen debut in the Golden Globe-winning West Side Story revival, and now she’s reflecting on her path to the spotlight.

November 17, 2021

Nelson Donates Additional $1 Million Toward Rollins Museum of Art

June Nelson P’89 has made a second gift to the future home of the Rollins Museum of Art, building on a legacy of service and philanthropy in support of fine arts at the College.

Rendering of Rollins’ Tiedtke Theatre & Dance Centre

November 10, 2021

First Look: Tiedtke Theatre & Dance Centre

Rollins breaks ground in November on a new theater and dance center, further cementing the College’s role as a leader in performing arts education.

An artist's rendering of the new Rollins Museum of Art

September 02, 2021

Introducing the Rollins Museum of Art

The newly rebranded Rollins Museum of Art has undergone transformative growth in the past decade and is ready for a new phase in its institutional history.

Senior art students put on an original art exhibition at Rollins’ Cornell Fine Arts Museum.

April 30, 2021

Expressing Ethos

The Cornell Fine Arts Museum’s Senior Art Exhibition gives students an opportunity to design and execute a gallery show while providing a platform for personal expression.

Rollins’ annual tradition of Candewish in Knowles Memorial Chapel.

February 27, 2020

Remaking the Rollins Alma Mater

The song, written by music professor Jamey Ray ’06 with lyrics by English professor Maurice “Socky” O’Sullivan, pays homage to Rollins’ core values.

October 29, 2019

The Artrepreneurs

Armed with arts degrees, these Rollins grads have harnessed their creative passions to launch successful businesses in everything from organic spirits to footwear.

David Charles and his theatre students performing an improv play in the Annie Russell Theatre at Rollins.

October 28, 2019

Spontaneous Preparation

It sounds counterintuitive, but 14 Rollins students spent the summer researching how best to stage an improvised play.

June 26, 2019

What I’ve Learned: Sally Albrecht ’76

The music and theater double major reflects on a prolific career in choral music and her commitment to the next generation of performing artists at Rollins.

Onlookers at the senior art show in Rollins’ Cornell Fine Arts Museum.

May 10, 2019

Forming Their Futures

Behind the scenes of the Cornell Fine Arts Museum exhibition that gives graduating studio art majors the real-world experience they need to make an immediate impact in the art world.

Kathleen Capdesuner in front of a poster for a Broadway play.

December 04, 2018

A Tough Act to Follow

A year after graduating from Rollins, Kathleen Capdesuner ’17 followed a prestigious directing fellowship to New York City, where she’s helping direct Hollywood heavyweights at the Big Apple’s largest nonprofit theater.

Beth Lincks ’75 in the Annie Russell Theatre at Rollins College.

October 30, 2018

Dramatic Drive

Decorated playwright Beth Lincks ’75 traces her success to lessons learned both on and off the stage as a Rollins theater major.