The Theater program at Stritch introduces students to the origins and major developments in theater history, dramatic literature, and criticism and theory.
Rooted in the liberal arts tradition, the Theater program at Stritch includes an active performance and production schedule in which students are afforded the opportunity to work in all areas of theater including acting, directing, stage management, dance, voice, stagecraft, costuming, lighting and properties.
If you are interested in participating in theater opportunities as a Stritch student, please
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Course work is augmented with three mainstage productions per year in the Nancy Kendall Theater, and a variety of opportunities in the Studio Theater program.