The Department of Theatre and Dance is dedicated to a broad-based study of the history, theory, and practice of theatre and dance in the context of a liberal arts education that is integrally connected to a rigorous production program centering on student involvement and leadership. This interaction of the academic and the practical generates an ongoing symbiosis, with each focus actively informing and inspiring the other. Along with growing more knowledgeable and skilled as artists and scholars, our students also develop as critical thinkers and responsible collaborators.
Read Our Feature in Drew Magazine
Read about theatre alums in our Drew Magazine feature, “All the World’s a Stage.”
October 2016 is Shakespeare Time at Drew!
October 2016 will be home to many things Shakespeare on the Drew campus, as we are honored to be the sole New Jersey site for the Folger Shakespeare Library’s First Folio! The Book That Gave Us Shakespeare tour of a priceless copy of the 1623 collection of Shakespeare’s plays (on the 400th anniversary of the Bard’s death in 1616). For a complete listing of the Folio-related events on campus, go to drew.edu/firstfolio.
Watch the Teaser Trailer for the 2016 Fall Dance Show: Dancing Shakespeare
Major/Minor Requirements & Course List
Please view the college catalog for a full and up to date list of requirements and courses for this program.