The study of theatre arts at UW-Eau Claire provides students with an outstanding liberal arts education and fosters the development and appreciation of theatre as a significant art form. Theatre students begin their training immediately at UW-Eau Claire, working in a disciplined group effort, under real-life pressures and deadlines to develop actual productions for a paying public that drives the theatre arts mainstage and workshop productions.
Many students participate as theatre majors and minors; others participate in theatre as an important complement to their major area of study, such as music and art; still others get involved because it is a wonderful alternate activity and because it is fun.
Theatre events for 2019-20
- Company, Oct. 18-20, 23-27
- Waiting for Godot, Dec. 11-15
- James and the Giant Peach, March 6-8, 12-15
- Confluence Dance Project, May 1-2
- A Doll's House, May 6-10
- One-Act Play Festival, May 14-16
Be a part of the shows
Check here soon for information about becoming a part of the cast or crew for this season's shows.
Watch Prof. Arthur Grothe in action
Pablo at the Confluence
In fall, 2018, the Pablo Center at the Confluence opens. Theatre and dance instruction will be at this beautiful state-of-the-art facility.