Bachelor of Arts in Theatre | Bachelor of Science in Theatre | Theatre Minor
Acting | Costume Design and Construction | Directing | Dramaturgy | History of Theatre | Improvisation | Stage Design and Stagecraft | Stage and Theatre Management
Grand Valley State University is an exciting place to study theatre. As a part of the Music, Theatre, and Dance Department, the program prepares students for careers in the entertainment industry and for careers that require skills in creativity, collaboration, communications, and problem-solving. It provides professional orientation and background within a broad liberal arts framework.
The Haas Center for Performing Arts
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Our 2017-2018 Season has been announced!
Please feel free to either call 616-331-2300 or email Theatre@gvsu.edu and we'll be happy to either email you our electronic version or mail you one (please give us your mailing address!).
Our next show on our 2017-2018 Mainstage season is Cabaret as we officially open the Linn Maxwell Keller Black Box Theatre! Click here to go to the Cabaret webpage!
A Kurt Weill Cabaret: Songs for a Changing World opens October 19 and runs through the 21st held at the Betty VanAndel Opera Center. Click here for more information!
Oklahoma! auditions are announced! Click here to see the information.
ReACT! - ReACT! performs live scenes, with GVSU student actors on the GVSU campus, which aim to help prevent incidents of dating and domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking. Audience members will explore how they can engage in realistic, safe, and effective methods of preventing violence. ReACT! is the product of a partnership between the GVSU Women's Center and the School of Communications Theatre area, and is funded by the Office on Violence Against Women, U.S. Department of Justice. Read the January 22, 2017 article in the Lanthorn by clicking here!
Theatre at GV is a Ghostlight Project participant! For more details, click here.
Will Power Summer Camp for Kids June 26-30 was a great success! Click here to see more information.
Congratulations to the Institutional Marketing team for their award from the promotional package for Good Kids won a silver award in the 32nd Annual Educational Advertising Awards. For more information about the awards, please see click here.
2017 GV Shakespeare Festival Student Competition
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Student High School and Transfer Day, March 2017
Local high school students practicing theatrical movements during High School Theater Day March 31. Learn more here.
Photo Credit: Amanda Pitts
Get to know GVSU Theatre:
The Making of Helen
Watch the making of Helen, March 2017!
The GVSU Laker Effect
GV Shakespeare Festival's Will Power Summer Camp!
Please visit our campus and facilities! Just email email@example.com or call 616-331-8176 to set an opportunity to talk with one of our professors and take a tour of our facilities! Click on the image to view a larger version.
Shakespeare Dress Circle contributions are always gratefully accepted throughout the season.
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The Theatre Program is part of the Department of Music, Theatre, and Dance.
The The Department of Music, Theatre, and Dance belongs to the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, a student-centered and diverse learning community that engages in critical inquiry, extending knowledge to enrich and enliven individual and public life.
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