Theatre and Dance
Theatre and Dance, as studied at The College of Wooster, emphasizes the relationship between scholarship, artistry, and advocacy through an investigation of the range and depth of the human experience in our coursework and stage productions. In this world, the artist/scholar must be an advocate for the arts, as well as contribute to a movement for social justice and activism through artistic expression. Similarly, the department's productions reflect a commitment to sustainability.
The Theatre and Dance Major and Minor curricula offer a broad range of knowledge designed to examine acting, directing, dance, design and technology, history, literature, playwriting, theory, and artistic activism and social justice focusing in each area on the importance of analyzing texts in their various modes: written, visual, and physical.
While the Theatre and Dance student may choose to specialize in one of these particular areas of the discipline for their Senior Independent Study, the departmental philosophy remains dedicated to the liberal arts belief in developing, through its interdisciplinary curricular structure, a combination of historical and critical analysis in relationship to the study of various performance texts, resulting in the creation of the artist/scholar/advocate.
Fall Dance concert
Directed by Kim Tritt
Freedlander-in-the-Round, 7:30 p.m., November 16, 17 & 18, 2017
This informal concert showcases the work of student choreographers, dancers, and lighting designers. In the intimate setting of Freedlander-in-the-Round, audiences come face-to-face with contemporary modern dance.
Freedlander Box Office opens on Monday, November 13, 2017. Reserve your ticket online: wooster.edu/tickets or call 330.263.2241 Learn more about all upcoming productions for Fall 2017.