By choosing among three theater and dance degree concentrations, you can direct your creative talents. In a supportive, interdisciplinary environment, you’ll shape your future as an artist in the entertainment industry, or discover and nurture unexpected interests that may
lead you to related fields that welcome your gifts for self-expression.
Theater, BA with Concentrations in: Performance, Design/Tech/Management, or Theory/Criticism
Musical Theater Track, Theater, BA
Dance Arts Track, Interdisciplinary Fine Arts, BA
admission requirements, audition dates, and audition guidelines.
Theater-by-the-Grove, produced by the Department of Theater and Dance, presents several productions each year, including the coproduction with Music Theater of a major musical.
IUP Dance Theater is produced by the Department of Theater and Dance and presents two major concert programs annually.
Footlight Players is a youth theater program hosted by the IUP Department of Theater and Dance. It offers a month-long summer program for ages 7–17 led by professional teaching artists assisted by IUP student interns.
Simulated Patient and Applied Theater Ensemble (SP/ATE)
SP/ATE is an ensemble that gives our students experience in the emerging field of simulated applied theater. We currently provide simulations for nursing and allied health, food and nutrition, and large-scale trauma and crisis response, as well as community-based
improvisational performances developed to address specific social issues.
The Acorn Project
The Acorn Project provides a developmental environment for student actors, designers, playwrights, and directors who wish to create original performance projects in ensemble.
Pedagogy and Theatre of the Oppressed Conference Coming to IUP
Theater Professor DeSoto-Jackson Co-Facilitates Workshop at Summit Against Racism
IUP Theater and Dance to Host Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival
Gretta Teaches Workshops for Educational Theatre Association
Student Interactive Social Justice Forum Deals with Complexities of Bullying and Microaggressions
Grant Awarded to Food and Nutrition Faculty to Support Interprofessional Simulation Use and Research
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