Theatre Department

Scholarships & Degrees

2015-16 Theatre Department scholarship auditions will be held on Saturday, February 7th from 9 am to 12 pm in room GT 631 at UVU. To reserve a time, contact Christopher Clark at clarkch@uvu.edu.

Auditioners have two minutes to present two pieces. One piece may be sung, and an accompanist will be provided.

If you are unable to attend these auditions, you may done one of the following:

For more information about scholarships, check out our scholarship page at http://www.uvu.edu/theatre/degrees/scholarships.html

We are excited to meet you and see your work!

Productions

The UVU Theatre Department has just received our second Outstanding Production award from the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival in Washington DC; the first time any school has ever won this prestigious award two years consecutively! We're thrilled about these recognitions and are excited to welcome you to join us in our 2014-2015 Theatre Season. Join us as we explore exciting new plays, a musical whodunit, Shakespeareare's most famous tragedy, a classical American comedy, and several productions geared just for youth! Our season promises to excite, teach, and entertain patrons of all ages: there's something for everyone! Come see what all the fuss is about! learn more


About Us

UVU Theatre is THE destination for theatre in Utah for both audiences and students. Every member of our community is touched by our work, whether through our main stage productions, our theatre for children and youth, through the influence of our teachers, and by contact with our students. Through our classes, programs, and productions, we are interwoven into the tapestry of our connecting communities to the extent we are an acknowledged "cultural treasure".learn more

 
Press

Utah Theatre Bloggers Association: "Case closed: THE MYSTERY OF EDWIN DROOD is a hit"

One of the great tragedies of nineteenth century English literature is that Charles Dickens died right in the middle of writing his final novel, The Mystery of Edwin Drood. Literary scholars have their own opinions about how Dickens meant to wrap up all the play’s dangling plot points, but playwright Rupert Holmes has chosen to leave the destiny of the book’s central characters up to democratic vote. The result is a Choose-Your-Own-Adventure-style Broadway musical, currently playing at Utah Valley University. learn more

Watch Us In Action

PRODUCTIONS & SHOWTIMES
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The Mystery of Edwin Drood

Jan 30 | 7:30p

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The Milk Dragon

Mar 5 | 7:30p

ADDITIONAL PRODUCTIONS »

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