The Drama and Art departments were featured in an article posted by The Washington Post ranking the best art museums, theaters, and galleries. See below.

From: The Washington Post Date: October 20, 2016 Author: Lori McCue

"We have the Catholic University of America to thank for the film and TV scenes stolen by Susan Sarandon, John Slattery and Jon Voight, all of whom trained at its 79-year-old drama program. A highlight of the current theater season at this religious institution's Hartke Theatre is a traditional story of Christ's birth - just kidding: It's "Preggers, or Parenthood for Virgins," a new work from an MFA playwriting candidate that imagines how Mary and Joseph prepared to raise a son. Meanwhile, over at the Department of Art, the on-campus Salve Regina Gallery is hosting "Everything Is Connected - An Environmental Message" from local artist Kay Jackson through Nov. 17."

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