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Theatre and Dance

Address:
E.O. Bull Center, Room 119
2 E. Rosedale Ave.
West Chester, PA 19383


Phone: 610-436-3463
Fax: 610-436-2171
Email: TheatreDance@wcupa.edu


Dr. Harvey Rovine, Chairperson
HRovine@wcupa.edu


Faculty Contact Information

The Department of Theatre and Dance is dedicated to the educational development of its students, preparing them to meet the challenges of our contemporary world. To achieve this goal, the department supports the cultural climate of the university campus and the community by staging a variety of productions that represents a broad spectrum of theatre genres.

The Department's mission is to prepare students for the professional and academic worlds of theatre and dance, while raising student awareness of civility, diversity, creativity, problem solving, and social responsibility.

Students gain skills in:

  • Communication,
  • Management,
  • Performance,
  • Design,
  • Technology,
  • And research through classroom and production responsibilities.

Through esteemed faculty and state of the art facilities, we promote a program that combines a challenging academic environment with integrity and a production schedule of artistic freedom that supports and strengthens the fabric of our university and the society it serves.

Student Learning Outcomes

  • To educate students in the content knowledge required in the disciplines of Theatre and Dance in order to provide a strong foundation of academic and professional development
  • To provide students with the appropriate skill sets required to translate theory into practical application
  • To foster an awareness of civility, diversity, and social responsibility

UPCOMING EVENTS AND
PERFORMANCES

COMPANY
Oct 16 | 8:00 PM

Habitually single Robert contemplates his unmarried state and is forced to question his bachelorhood.

VISUAL TRANSPARENCY
Nov 13 | 8:00 PM

University Dance Company's annual fall concert.

GHOSTS
Nov 18 | 8:00 PM

Widow Helen Alving is haunted by the mistresses of her late husband and by her ailing son.