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Theatre Arts

All the world’s a stage at Drew, where the journey from student performer to professional artist involves meticulous mentorship and support, creative expression, critical thinking, and personal development. The Princeton Review ranks Drew in the nation’s top 25 schools for Best College Theater. Host to Drew’s Semester on New York Theatre, Drew provides opportunities to see today’s hottest stage productions, meet the artists who bring them to life, and hone your technique in hands-on workshops. Students receive opportunities to intern with companies in New Jersey, New York City, and around the world in a range of careers that includes casting directors, arts administrators, directors, producers, performers, designers/technicians, literary managers/dramaturgs, educators, and drama/dance therapists. And, Drew students have been accepted into the most prestigious graduate programs throughout the country.

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Applied Performance Minor
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Dance Minor

The Dance Minor strives to create well-rounded dancers and choreographers who are effective collaborators, literate in the study of dance and able to critically analyze dance and movement through research and performance. We develop artists who can recognize the many cultural and social influences that help to inform and shape dance today and can integrate these ideas into the creation of dance.

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Musical Theater Minor

The Musical Theatre Minor is an interdisciplinary program incorporating the study of acting, dance, movement, vocal arts, performance history, and related musical subjects. The program distinctively offers students the opportunity to create original musicals as well as to participate in immersive experiences.

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Theater Arts Minor

Theatre Arts is also available as a Minor.

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