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Apr 15

Special Notice Regarding the COVID-19 Pandemic

COVID-19 Information

For updates on Lindenwood University’s pandemic safety precautions and vaccination information, please visit the Lindenwood COVID-19 page. More information is available on the CDC’s COVID-19 site. Complete the Initial Assessment Survey to report symptoms, exposure, or positive test results for COVID-19.

Spring Play Fest 2021

Spring Play Fest 2021

Four student directors present two nights of short, engaging and thought provoking contemporary plays. Presented as video-on-demand these student produced works are only available for two nights. Don’t miss them!

Theatre


Acting - Directing - Musical Theatre - Stage Management - Theatre Education - Technical Theatre and Design

The Lindenwood University Theatre Program trains emerging artists and educators to work in all theatrical disciplines by providing a professional and safe environment, fostering a creative, rigorous, and individualized education experience. 

Our facilities are first-rate, ranging from a Broadway-style 1,200-seat auditorium to a large, flexible black box theater. Visit us soon to see for yourself why so many students choose theatre at Lindenwood University!

Lindenwood University Theatre Faculty

The Lindenwood University Theatre Program boasts eight full-time faculty members, seven adjunct faculty, and five full-time staff members offering more than 250 years of combined theatrical experience.

Earning a Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in Theatre

The Theatre program offers the following undergraduate degrees:

Minor in Theatre at Lindenwood University

Lindenwood University offers minors in Theatre and Musical Theatre (for Theatre, Music, and Dance majors only). A minor is simply a secondary academic subject to add to your knowledge, whether it is of professional or personal interest. When you add a theatre minor to your curriculum, you will study the history of theatre, acting, technical theatre, script analysis, and the option of studying topics such as stage make-up, scenography, costume design, directing, scenic design, and many more.

What Can You Do with a Degree in Theatre?

There are many career paths you can take in the world of theatre. Education, stage management, technical design and acting are some of the many areas in this field. The Bureau of Labor Statistics is a great place to research potential career paths.

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