The Theatre Department produces four shows each academic year as part of the main season, including one mainstage and one second stage production per semester, offering all interested students the chance to get involved in a variety of backstage and acting opportunities.

To sign-up for the theatre department email list and stay up-to-date with all opportunities, contact Hope Greene, at

Workshops, Guests, and Impromptu Events

Many regional theatre artists visit with students throughout the year to give constructive feedback on their work or lead them in workshops. These visits often are announced a few weeks in advance to allow time to prepare. The department also organizes trips to visit and engage with local theatre groups.

Work Study 

In addition to volunteer opportunities, the department opens several work-study positions each year for students looking to gain paid work experience. All scenic elements in our productions are built in-house by our work study students, and positions also are available in our administrative office, where students interested in the foundations of arts management get experience in data analysis and publicity work.

For more information, please email technical director Chip Davis at

Theatre Internship & Apprenticeship Opportunities

We've compiled a list of theatres around the country that offer internships and apprenticeships.

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