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Juniata’s Theatre POE, offers a holistic preparation for theatre artists in the larger context of Juniata’s liberal arts environment. Students will experience broad based immersion in technical theatre skills, movement training, theatre history, studio acting courses and productions that focus on classical, modern and contemporary plays. Unlike most university theatre departments with a large number of professors, our program has a small, permanent faculty of two, which is supplemented and enhanced by training through guest directors and other outside professionals, who are dedicated to in-depth training for our students in various skills over the course of four years. Stability and diversity characterize our program. Theatre students at Juniata graduate empowered with the knowledge, skills and connections to work in theatre and the performing arts as a professional in the industry.
Notable Alumni Include:
Faculty Info: Neal Utterback, Jesse Sullivan.
Altoona Community Theatre Plans Ahead With Virtual Performances and More
September 14, 2020
The Altoona Mirror has reported on the ways in which Altoona Community Theatrea??s Board of Trustees president James Watt is helping to keep ATC up, running, and thriving during the health crisis.
YAMATO, the Drummers of Japan, Bring PASSION to 40 Cities in North America
November 19, 2019
From January 17 – April 21, 2020, YAMATO: The Drummers of Japan bring their “show of unbridled enthusiasm, much humour and great musical variety” (The Scotsman) to North America for a 40-city tour of JHONETSU – PASSION! This marks the Taiko troupe's 26th season, celebrating over 4,000 performances in 54 countries and reaching nearly 8 million people.
Chad Herzog Named Executive Director Of UA Presents
May 01, 2019
International arts curator and leader Chad Herzog is joining the University of Arizona as the executive director of UA Presents, effective Aug. 12.