Small class sizes, appreciation of diversity, and a spirit of inclusion promote a strong sense of community at the Department of Theatre.

An extensive production schedule offers students numerous opportunities to practice the creation of theatre while rigoruous academic offerings challenge students to learn.  Explore Theatre at UVM >>

The 2017/2018 Department of Theatre Production Season

Regular box office hours are Tuesday thru Thursday from 11a.m to 4p.m. You can reach the box via telephone by calling 802-656-2094 .

Tickets can be purchased online 24/7 by following this link -  Purchase your tickets for the Spring Play Festival 2018 online here!

The Exonerated

By Jessica Blank and Erik Jensen
Directed by Gregory Ramos
Oct. 4-7 @ 7:30PM
Oct. 7 & 8 @ 2PM.


Sense and Sensibility

By Kate Hamill (from Jane Austen)
Directed by Natalie Battistone
Nov. 8-11 @ 7:30PM
Nov. 11 & 12 @ 2PM


The Toys Take Over Christmas

By Patricia Clapp
Dec. 2 @ 2PM & 6PM
Dec. 3 @ 10AM & 2PM.


Peter and the Starcatcher

By Rick Elice and Wayne Barker
Directed by Sarah Carleton
Feb. 22 - Feb. 24  and Mar. 1-3 @ 7:30PM
Feb. 24 & Mar. 4 @ 2PM

The Spring Play Festival 2018

Program A - Saturday, April 21 at 2:00PM and Sunday, April 22 at 7:30PM
     All in the Timing by David Ives
     Icarus' Mother by Sam Shepard
     Cocaine by Pendleton King
     The Standstill Paradox by Oak Horton
Program B - Saturday, April 21 at 7:30PM and Sunday, April 22 at 2:00PM
     Welcome Here by Stephen Indrisano
     Pullman, WA by Young Jean Lee
     The Great Nebula in Orion by Lanford Wilson
     Living Doll by Laura Annawyn Shamas
UVM Department of Theatre Faculty Spring 2016


The faculty in the department of theatre is comprised of working professionals as well as scholars who contribute to the field of theatre in the areas of acting, directing, playwriting, theatre design, and criticism. Students who study theatre have access to faculty through small workshop classes, independent study projects, honor’s thesis, coaching for performance assignments, and production work.

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Academic Programs

The Department of Theatre provides students with a combination of theory and practice in understanding theatre as an art form that reflects the human condition. Students who major or minor in theatre are required to take core courses that provide an historical and critical foundation as well as fundamentals courses in areas of acting and design. A wide offering of additional courses are available that reflect theatre as social practice, personal expression, and creative collaboration.

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Challenging performance opportunities

Students may audition to perform in shows that are part of the Mainstage season, the holiday show or The Spring Play Festival. There are also numerous positions for running crew and technical staff on shows. These include positions like stage manager, assistant stage manager, lighting and sound board operators, costume crew, and front of house assignments.