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Theatre & Dance at WKU
We are determined to be a department where you can reach your full potential.
We offer several different degree programs, all designed to balance theory and practice. We've also brought together a remarkable faculty, an exciting production season, and exceptional facilities so that every component is in place for your success. We'll challenge you, we'll collaborate with you, and we'll care about you.
At Western Kentucky University, we believe that what you learn in the shops, the studios and onstage is every bit as important as what happens in the classroom. Our intensive production season provides plenty of hands on experience. On average, we offer 20 to 25 different productions every year, including:
- 4 Mainstage productions, at least one a musical
- 2 Mainstage dance concerts
- 3 Student-choreographed dance concerts
- A Children's Theatre Series of 3 to 5 productions
- A Studio Series of student-directed works
- A Next Stage Series of showcases and works in progress
We are committed to helping you prepare for life after college by offering classes like Acting Audition Workshop, Dance Pedagogy, and Performing Arts Career Seminar. Those who choose to go on to pursue graduate training find themselves at schools like NYU, Florida State, Boston University, and the University of Oregon.
We want to help you find your passion and make that passion a reality.
Our graduates typically have work waiting for them when they leave us, as well as a network of professional connections. We are extremely proud of our alumni. Our graduates are acting in film and television, performing on Broadway, designing sets and costumes for film and stage, running dance studios, dancing and choreographing with professional companies, working in schools, running storefront theatres, working as agents, raising money for worthy causes – the list goes on and on.
Want to know more? Come visit anytime! Prospective students are always welcome. You can meet faculty members, chat with current students, tour our facilities and sit in on a class. Call or write anytime if you have questions: (270) 745-5845 or email@example.com.
For a tour of the WKU campus please contact the Admissions Office at (270) 745-2551.
David Young, Ph.D.
Department of Theatre & Dance
Western Kentucky University
1906 College Heights Blvd. #71086
Bowling Green, KY 42101-1086
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