Department of Theatre
Fight Scene from Romeo and Juliet, Fall 2012
The theatre program at Midwestern State University is devoted entirely to undergraduate instruction. As a result, motivated, capable students find themselves quickly involved not just in the classroom but also in production work onstage and backstage. The program emphasizes the importance and interrelatedness of all aspects of theatre: performance, design, technical theatre, and scholarship. The theatre faculty members seek to cultivate an atmosphere of collaboration, ensemble, and mutual respect.
While the program is broad enough to cover the essential areas of the discipline, it also allows for specialization. Theatre majors are required to complete a basic core of courses covering theatre history, script analysis, acting, directing, and design/tech. They then move on to select an emphasis in performance or design/technical theatre.
Follow the links below to see our students' work in recent productions!
Spring 2014 Productions
Fall 2013 Productions
Spring 2013 Productions
We would like to express our gratitude to Dr. Bradley Wilson, assistant professor of Mass Communication and advisor to the Wichitan, for helping us document these productions. Many of Dr. Wilson's photos appear on the theatre department's webpages, as well as in the photostreams linked above.