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.
Theatre Major - BA and BS
The Haas Center for Performing Arts
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Our 2017-2018 Season has been announced!
Our next show on our 2017-2018 season is Anton, Himself: First and Last in the Linn Maxwell Keller Black Box Theatre! Click here to go to the Anton, Himself webpage!
Parking is free after 6:30 p.m. during weekdays and free all weekend throughout the season! Park in Lots H & K or the Kirkhof Parking Lot. The Haas Center for Performing Arts is adjacent to the Kirkhof Center.
The End of the Semester Theatre Party is December 7 from 5:30pm to 7pm. Immediately afterwards is the Cabaret After Cabaret. Admission is free!
The Fall semester exam week is December 11 - 16. The Winter semester begins January 8, 2018.
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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
DEFY THE STARS AUDITIONS COMING!
January 30, 2018 1:00 AM - 1:00 AM
As a part of the 25th Anniversary celebrations in 2018, the Grand Valley Shakespeare Festival plans to produce Defy the Stars, by alumni playwright Scott Watson. The play follows two actors...
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!
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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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