Friday, May 12 at 4:00 pm in the Nott Memorial. More than ninety dancers will once again invigorate the Nott Memorial with their brilliant performance for the excitement of all. The Steinmetz show will include highlights from projects by students minoring in dance and from...Read More
Friday, May 19 from 3:00-4:00 pm in the Henle Dance Studio. Students from the Dance Experience and Choreography courses will host an open studio presentation of their work. Through the art of choreography, they will share their creativity and perform several pieces featuring...Read More
Directed by Patricia Culbert – May 24-27 2017 at 7:30 pm and May 28 at 2:00 pm – THE LEARNED LADIES is a ridiculously funny play in a cartoonish, mad, mad world turned topsy-turvy in the pursuit of higher learning. Through witty dialogue and comical actions,...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. Our production season reflects these goals in eclectic choices exploring a variety of techniques and genres from many cultures. We seek to experience the historical, political, social, technical, and artistic choices through performance.
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