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Department of Communications - Theatre Concentration
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West Liberty,WV 26074

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Bachelor of Arts in Theatre

The WLU Theatre Program is part of the university’s College of Arts and Communication. As part of the Department of Music and Theatre, the program has two full-time faculty, two adjunct faculty, and numerous staff/contracted artists. The program currently offers one degree: a B.S. in Communication: Theatre. However the faculty have been developing the program to be able to offer multiple degree seeking options, including a B.A. in Theatre (with areas of emphasis) and a B.A. in Theatre Education. In addition to offering the coursework needed for graduation, the program maintains an aggressive production season. The Hilltop Players typically produce four to five main stage productions a year with opportunities for students to participate in a touring children’s theatre company and student-directed performances. The season is chosen to offer a variety of ‘styles’ of shows giving our students the chance to be well-rounded artists, regularly performing contemporary dramas, comedies, classics, musicals, holiday extravaganzas, and children’s theatre.

Notable Alumni Include:

Faculty Info: Meta Lasch, Michael Aulick, Jill Howard Warren

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