The latest news from the Department

  • An 'Earnest' approach to a comedic classic
    Theatre & Dance to present Oscar Wilde's masterwork, featuring all-female cast, Sept. 26-29. Read more
  • ‘Love & The Law' offers a trio of musical stories on Muhlenberg Mainstage
    Theatre & Dance and Music departments team up for a lively evening of opera and musical theater, April 25-28. Read more
  • ‘Dance Emerge’ dance concert showcases innovative work by student choreographers
    Dance performance April 11-14 displays talent of seven young choreographers, more than 50 dancers. Read more
  • Political factions breed anarchy in O War world premiere
    Holly Cate's take on Shakespearean violence storms Empie Theatre, March 27-31. Read more
  • Mr. Burns, a Post-Electric Play brings Springfieldian end times to Muhlenberg
    Anne Washburn’s speculative drama, set following a nuclear meltdown (and featuring a bonus Simpsons operetta) offers an examination of pop culture, storytelling and myth-making in post-apocalyptic America. Read more
  • Master Choreographers dance concert, Feb. 7-9, showcases talents of acclaimed choreographers, 70+ dancers
    Highlights include pieces by guest artists Kevin Jenkins, Michael Nickerson-Rossi and Cynthia Gutierrez-Garner. Read more
  • Muhlenberg Productions Lauded in Year-In-Review Awards
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  • 'New Voices / New Visions' festival showcases talents of female student directors & playwright
    Short plays encounter adolescent friendship, Jewish mythology, and outcast solidarity, Nov. 28 – Dec. 2 in the Studio Theatre in Trexler Pavilion for Theatre & Dance Read more
  • The Princeton Review Names Muhlenberg College Theatre Program One of the Nation's Best
    The College garnered a #9 ranking for "Best College Theater," placing the program among the top 12 in the nation 10 of the last 11 years. Read more
  • 'Ubu Roi' Serves Up Searing Scatological Satire
    Muhlenberg's Francine Roussel directs a politically resonant production of a century-old absurdist French play that she says shows "not a wrinkle." Read more
  • Madison Ferris '14 stars in Broadway's The Glass Menagerie
    Theatre alumna makes history as Laura in Sam Gold's groundbreaking production. Profile in The Morning Call