The best way to learn theatre is to create theatre. Students can take advantage of the mainstage productions, excellent facilities, and highly-involved faculty that our program offers.
The UW-Green Bay Theatre and Dance Program emphasizes values that are at the core of the UW-Green Bay mission; a rigorous academic environment, interdisciplinarity, development of strong problem-solving and communication skills, excellence in achievement, national prominence, and the facilitation of campus/community partnerships.
Kaoime Malloy, Associate Professor of Theatre, has written “The Art of Theatrical Design,” recently published by Focal Press.
New play ‘Collegiate Sisterhood of Lake Pawtuckaway’ debuts at UW-Green Bay
“The Collegiate Sisterhood of Lake Pawtuckaway,” a newly created play by New York playwright Peter Ullian, will enjoy its premiere performance Friday night, April 24, at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay. The five-show run also includes performances Saturday, April 25, and Thursday through Saturday, April 30-May 2. Curtain time is 7:30 each night in the University Theatre, located in Theatre Hall on the campus at 2420 Nicolet Drive. Ullian has spent the spring semester as artist in residence at UW-Green Bay with the Theatre and Dance academic program. He collaborated with students and faculty in finishing a script he had started previously. “The student actors were essential to the development of the play,” Ullian says, who is the production’s director. “The details have grown and deepened thanks to the input of the young men and women playing the parts, as well as those on the production team.”
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