Greetings and welcome back to all returning students, faculty and staff, and welcome to new faculty, staff, new transfer students, new grad students, as well as to the class of 2025!
The COVID-19 pandemic still looms and presents a lot of uncertainty — yet there is cautious optimism as well. Many look forward to rekindling community and collaboration to support each other during this new school year. We are eagerly looking forward to inviting live audiences back into our spaces and to have our students once more performing on our stages.
Performance and ticketing related questions can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
This season connects the performing arts and the social issues and human emotions that the arts speak to so powerfully.
The Rarig Center is the home of the department's theatre program. In addition to its four theaters, the Center—designed by Ralph Rapson, architect of the former Guthrie Theater—includes scenery, property, costume, lighting and sound laboratories; design, voice, and movement studios; ticket and publicity offices, and student lounges & offices. Recent addtions to the center include a state-of-the-art digital media studio, several computer-aided design (CAD) stations, and the capability for sound and digital editing in the design classroom.