February 4-8, 2015. Reginald Rose’s famous play, Twelve Angry Men, first broadcast as a radio drama in 1954 and famously filmed by Sidney Lumet in 1957 is given a new life in this new version, commissioned by the Department of Theatre & Dance. Tickets will go on sale...Read More
March 4-7, 2015 Henle Dance pavilion From the movie theater to the stage, this year’s winter dance concert ACTION! will create cinematic atmosphere infused with music from scores of major films. With genres ranging from action, science fiction, romance and comedy, dancers will...Read More
Friday, May 8 at 4:00PM Nott Memorial More than sixty performers will showcase many styles of dance, including highlights from the “Winter Dance Concert: ACTION!”, ballroom, Bhangra, breakdancing, and hip-hop. Members of the Dance Team will animate the stage with...Read More
If you are currently looking for a small, production oriented, exciting theatre program nestled within a great all around liberal arts education then the Theatre program at Union College is for you. Working in a new state of the art Theatre facility, the conservatory trained (Yale, Boston University, University of Connecticut, and Trinity University) and professionally active faculty all strive to teach a worldview of theatre by presenting work from all possible genres and cultures.
The dance program offers an active, practical program for college credit plus multilevel technique classes and performance workshops. All students of dance, both beginner and experienced, are given the opportunity to work with experienced faculty. The elements of discipline, exploration, experimentation, and creativity join to provide an environment of learning and development.
Our mission is to explore what it means to be an artist. Theater and Dance as an integral part of the liberal arts education at Union College encourages academic excellence and engages students in inquiry and experiences that develop risk taking, collaborative skills and critical judgment – essential tools for every profession.