Matt Webb collaborates with Playhouse on the Square
In his first collaboration with Playhouse on the Square, Memphis' professional regional theatre, MSU Assistant Clinical Professor Matt Webb has created the lighting for The Scottsboro Boys, a vaudeville-style musical retelling of the landmark trial of nine falsely accused black teenagers that gave way for the Civil Rights movement.
Matt Webb creates lighting design for The Nutcracker
Assistant Clinical Professor Matt Webb recently created a new lighting design for an established production of The Nutcracker, seen by over 2000 patrons over a two-day period and featuring soloists from Houston Ballet and New York City Ballet. Midland Festival Ballet and the West Texas Symphony partner each year to present their unique version of The Nutcracker, a holiday family favorite for countless American ballet companies and produced yearly by MFB since 1993. For this season's production, Matt joined an existing creative team and developed a new lighting design over a one-week residency, culminating in two public performances that the Midland Reporter-Telegram called "a classic must-see story."
Matt Webb designs lighting for Arkansas Repertory Theatre
Assistant Clinical Professor Matt Webb created the lighting for Arkansas Repertory Theatre's new production of Broadway and regional staple Guys and Dolls, which reviewers at broadwayworld.com called "Broadway level entertainment" and the Arkansas Democract-Gazette called "a sure bet."
Webb designs lighting for Jackson-based production
Matt Webb, an assistant clinical professor in theatre, designed the lighting for New Stage Theatre's (Jackson, Mississippi) production of I JUST STOPPED BY TO SEE THE MAN by Stephen Jeffreys, directed by Artistic Director Francine Reynolds.
CO Department Head produces audio mini-documentary on the local tv newsroom hiring crisis
Dr. Terry Likes talks with experts in higher education and the media industry as they search for solutions.
Chris Misun directs music video for Mississippi country music artist Emily White
Department of Communication Broadcast & Digital Journalism Instructor Chris Misun produced, directed, and edited a music video for Mississippi Singer/songwriter, Emily White. White debuts her first original single, "Child of Mississippi," off of her new album in the video. The music video was shot over the course of two and a half days in Meridian, Miss., in October of 2020. Emily White is a recording artist signed with Creative and Dreams Music Network.
Broadcast Instructor Chris Misun, in collaboration with multiple MSU departments, receives the 2020 CRPAM Grand Award in the Senior Division
The 2019 MSU Student Testimonial video series was a collaboration with the Mississippi State University Office of Public Affairs, Admissions and Scholarships, and the University Television Center.
PRISM team creates The Children’s Foundation of Mississippi’s website
The Children’s Foundation of Mississippi’s website was created by Dr. Terri Hernandez and student Madeline Burdine.
PRISM team creates "PRISM Organization Identity Campaign"
The PRISM team created an Organization Identity Campaign led by Hernandez and students Lauren Lucas, Madeline Burdine, and Peyton Neal.