Explore every facet of the theatrical arts, with rigorous academics, a wide variety of performance opportunities, and a chance to work with nationally recognized guest artists.
The Theatre Studies program at UNC is designed to foster multi-disciplinary theatre professionals, and is the quintessential concentration area for the self-directed student interested in further study in graduate school or a career in Theatre Arts.
Our Theatre Studies alumni go on to have exciting careers in directing, producing, playwrighting, teaching, performance, theatre administration, and much more. The Theatre Studies program offers a wide variety of theatre classes that encompass all discipline areas including acting, stagecraft, playscript analysis, directing, stage management, playwriting, dramaturgy and theatre management. The program also offers elective concentration credits, allowing scholars to pursue specific interests and areas of study, including classes and activities outside the School of Theatre Arts and Dance.
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The School of Theatre Arts and Dance offers a wealth of performance opportunities including mainstage plays and musicals, as well as a variety of student-led productions. UNC is also home to the Little Theatre of the Rockies, a summer stock company that attracts theatre professionals from across the country to work along side our students.
Students have the opportunity to audition for a variety of productions each year. Past mainstage productions include:
Pictured: The Importance of Being Earnest, Fall 2015
UNC's Little Theatre of the Rockies is the oldest professional theatre company in Colorado and includes performance opportunities for students, faculty, alumni, and theatre professionals.
Learn more on the Little Theatre of the Rockies website.
Pictured: A Raisin in the Sun, Summer 2015