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Associate Professors: Bagby, Kahl, Macaluso (Chair), McCaslin-Doyle; Staff: Grenier, McCaslin-Doyle, Segar, Sundal

Note: The Theatre Department is accredited by, and is an Associate Member of the National Association of Schools of Theatre.


Theatre is, by its very nature, the synthesis of all the liberal arts. Our Theatre BA Program is designed to give students a solid foundation of the basic vocabulary and skills of all of the theatre arts, and an understanding of how all of the theatre arts and crafts work together to create a rich, complex and unified work of art. Students then go on to specialize in one or more areas of interest, with opportunities to act, direct, design and stage-manage in a semi-professional setting.

Theatre production is an intensely collaborative activity. Our students develop their own collaborative skills by continuously working in productive group activities with shared goals and a clear deadline. Many of our courses have laboratory elements in which students learn professional skills by collaborating on live productions sponsored by the department, working closely with our Theatre faculty and staff.

The Theatre BA program produces a well-rounded theatre artist who is prepared to enter the world of professional theatre or go on to graduate studies.


Our excellent and up-to-date theatre production facilities include Goodrich Theatre, the Hamblin Theatre, fully-equipped Costume Shop and Scene Shop, and an Acting and Dance Studio, and Design Studio.


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