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Marshall Anderson, chair
Linda Allegretti, academic department associate
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Theatre and Dance


The University of Wisconsin-Whitewater Theatre and Dance degrees are 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 or stop by the office in the Greenhill Center of the Arts room 2076.

High School Matinees

Audition Information

 2019/20 Season

Resort 76

October 6 - 12 at 7:30pm
October  12-13 at 2:00pm
Hicklin Studio Theatre

Resort 76, based on A Cat in the Ghetto by Rachmil Bryks, punctuated with moments of terror and dark comedy, is a poignant snapshot of what could happen if we allow ourselves to forget.

Twelfth Night

November 19 - 22 at 7:30pm
November 23 - 24 at 1:00pm
Barnett Theatre


Shakespeare’s comedy Twelfth Night creates an undulating wave of silliness, disguise and love after a shipwreck separates twins Viola and Sebastian.

The Addams Family Musical

February 25-28 at 7:30pm
February  29 at 2:00pm
Barnett Theatre

Wednesday Addams, the princess of darkness takes center state in The Addams Family Musical in a heartwarming story of love, family and friendhip . . . with a wicked twist!

DanceScapes '20

March 14 & 15, 2020  |  2:00 PM
March 16 & 17, 2020  |  7:30 PM 
Barnett Theatre

DanceScapes ‘20 features choreography by faculty, students and the University Inclusive Excellence Fellow Alfonso Cervera.

Miss Lulu Bett

April 28 - May 1 at 7:30pm
May 2-3 at 2:00pm
Hicklin Studio Theatre

The Pulitzer Prize winning, Miss Lulu Bett, takes us from her under-appreciated housekeeping to a failed marriage ending with a choice of returning home or forging a new life.

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