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Theatre/Dance Department
Marshall Anderson, chair
Linda Allegretti, academic department associate
PH: 262-472-1566
E-mail: thtrdnce@uww.edu

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Theatre/Dance

ABOUT THE DEPARTMENT:

The UW-Whitewater Theatre/Dance Department is designed to give students a first-hand experience in many areas of theatre and dance. Students enjoy the privilege and   responsibility of being able to participate in all aspects of the season's productions through different technical, design, performance, and management opportunities. Rapidly becoming one of the most respected and mentioned Theatre/Dance programs in the state, the UW-Whitewater Theatre/Dance Department brings excitement to the stage through its pursuit of excellence in the performing arts.

Welcome from Department Chair, Marshall Anderson.

If you would like information about becoming a major or minor, email thtrdnce@uww.edu or stop by the office in the Greenhill Center of the Arts room 2076.


High School Matinee: 18-19 Registration Form and Letter  |  Grant Fund Packet


 2018-19 Season

Ghosts

December 4-7, 2018  |  7:30 PM
December 8 , 2018  |  2:00 PM 
Hicklin Studio Theatre

The Ghosts of 19th century morality are revealed for their hypocrisy as Helene Alving tries to rise above her family’s struggles with religion, disease, and more in Henrik Ibsen’s Ghosts.


Triumph of Love

February 26 - March 1 2019  |  7:30 PM
March 2, 2019  |  2:00 PM 
Barnett Theatre

Princess Leonide and Prince Agis travel a difficult path to love, filled with deception, disguise, and confused relationships on a rollicking musical ride in Triumph of Love.


DanceScapes '19

March 16 & 17, 2019  |  2:00 PM
March 18 & 19, 2018  |  7:30 PM 
Barnett Theatre

DanceScapes ‘19 features choreography by faculty, students and two University Inclusive Excellence Fellows who will bring inspiring vitality to the performance.


Angel Street

May 1-4, 2019  |  7:30 PM
May 5 , 2019 |  2:00 PM 
Barnett Theatre

This suspenseful drama uncovers Jack Manningham’ subtle plot to drive his wife Bella insane; however, Inspector Roughy suspects foul play as he investigates a 15-year-old murder on Angel Street.


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