The Department of Theatre Arts gives students a wide selection of performance, technical and design, directing and playwriting opportunities during each academic year’s schedule of on-campus stage productions, as well as outstanding classroom study of all of the dimensions of theatre.
With a range of activities to network and grow with your fellow students, the department constantly collaborates with members of the greater community for shows.
If you would like to visit Gardner-Webb during the school year, let us know and we will arrange a tour of our facilities, a visit with a faculty member, and the opportunity to sit in on a class. If you visit during the run of one of our shows, we will be happy for you and your parents to be our guests. Dawg Days are an ideal time for you to see the campus as a whole, while meeting our students and faculty in Theatre Arts.
Andrew RichDepartment Chair; Professor – Theatre Arts
105 Communication Studies Hall(704) 406-3803[email protected]
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September 30-October 2 @7:30 PM
October 3 @2:30 PM
November 18-20 @7:30 PM
November 21 @2:30 PM
February 10-13 @7:30 PM
February 14 @2:30 PM
February 24-26 @7:30 PM
February 27 @2:30 PM
Men on Boats
April 7-9 @7:30 PM
April 10 @2:30 PM
Take a stroll down memory lane and re-live past performances from our students.
My GWU liberal arts education gave me a good foundation to begin my professional career and piqued my curiosity in a lot of different areas."
Theatre gives you so many skills that are useful in both ministry and life. Acting allows you to develop skills in presentation, communication, and professionalism so that no matter what field you go into, you can communicate well."
Every single one of my classes prepared me for my career, since interpreters are called to be generalists in an age of specialists."