Theatre & Dance.

 

Theatre and Dance

The Department of Theatre and Dance trains you in the full range of theatrical disciplines, providing you with mentorship and support in creative expression, critical thinking and personal development. Our goal is to create total theatre artists.

Theatre Arts Major

The Theatre department at Drew is dedicated to a broad-based study of the history, literature, theory and practice of theatre and its various disciplines in the context of an overall liberal arts education. Students grow as artists through rigorous academic courses, internships, exciting opportunities for professional collaboration and an extensive co-curricular production program that centers on student initiative. Course Requirements/Listings

Theatre Arts Minor

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Musical Theatre 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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Arts Administration: Performing Arts Minor

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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. Course Requirements/Listings

Clowning is a very particular kind of theater centered around the idea of physical manifestation, rather than an intellectual approach. It is such a mercurial way of acting. I love it. ”
Caitlin Aase C’12
on Clowning

The Drew Scholarship in the Arts

Students who excel in the arts, may elect apply for the Drew Scholarship in the Arts and submit samples of work. Areas of concentration include visual art, music, theatre arts.

Students awarded the Scholarship in the Arts receive an annual award of $1,500 per year ($,6000 over 4 years). This award is in addition to any academic merit awards received.