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  • Welcome Class of 2024!

    To the Class of 2024: welcome to theater at Dartmouth! Visit our orientation page here and learn everything you need to know about our department: who we are, what we do, where we go, and how you can get involved!

  • Upcoming Auditions: Faith, Hope, and Charity

    Auditions for a MainStage production of "Faith, Hope, and Charity" by Ödön von Horváth will take place on September 17-18 via Zoom. Directed by Peter Hackett, the production will be performed as a radio play on Dartmouth College Radio in November. Sign up to audition today!

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  • Fall 2020 Student Production Proposal Deadline

    The Department of Theater is once again welcoming creative and out-of-the-box student performance project proposals this fall that capitalize on the opportunities presented on remote communication. Project proposal deadline is Friday September 18.

  • Upcoming: Fall 2020 Start-of-Term Showcase

    Join theater students and faculty at the Fall 2020 Start-of-Term Theater Department Showcase to learn about the term's MainStage and student production projects and to find out how you can get involved! Wednesday September 23 at 6:30 pm, via Zoom.

  • Fall 2020 Courses

    The following courses will be offered remotely with synchronous components in the fall term 2020. Theater and Soc. I, Movement Fundamentals, Acting I, Text Analysis, Contemporary Performance, Plays OnStage, Playwriting, Technical Production, Scene Design, Contemporary Theater Practices, and Theater of Ideas.

  • Remembering Lorna Hill '73

    The Department of Theater was saddened to learn of the recent death of Lorna C. Hill '73, an actor, playwright, poet, teacher, and activist. One of the first African American women to graduate from Dartmouth, Ms. Hill was a groundbreaking figure both in Hanover NH and in the broader theatrical community.

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  • Department of Theater Statement on Racial Justice

    The Department of Theater salutes the 2020 revolution and acknowledges our complicity in systemic, cultural, and institutional racism. This moment demands concrete action and accountability. Read the full statement.

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