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Jose Joaquin Garcia, Patricia Herrera and Jesse A. Myers lead a workshop on Theater and Social Justice

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Click HERE to read about this workshop in the Bentley on October 11




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Department of Theater
Dartmouth College
6204 Hopkins Center
Hanover, NH 03755
Phone: 603-646-3104
Fax: 603-646-1757
Email: Department.of.Theater@Dartmouth.EDU
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FREE WORKSHOP ON SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11: Theater for Social Justice in the Hands of Students:  A 90-minute hands-on, action-packed workshop led by New York theater practitioners, exploring ways of using theater and performance a vehicle for social justice.  FREE.  4 PM - 5:30 PM on Saturday, Oct 11 in the Bentley Theater. Co-sponsored by LALACS and the Department of Theater.

YOUR SPACE:  Check back later this term for more information about applying for WINTER 2015 production slots!

If you are interested in working backstage for any of our productions, please contact Scott Silver, our Production Manager and Technical Director.


Click HERE to see our Spring 2014  Shows.




Theater is one of the oldest undergraduate activities at Dartmouth. Our production program is built on a tradition dating back as far as 1779. The first Director of Theater was appointed by the College in 1928 and the Department of Drama was formally established in 1967. We changed our name to the Department of Theater in the spring of 2001 to better reflect our mission.

Many production opportunities are available each year. We do a faculty- or professionally-directed mainstage each fall and winter, one of which is a musical every other year. We also have any number of productions directed and designed by students each term. Production involvement, both onstage and backstage, is open to all Dartmouth students, regardless of major or the courses in which one is enrolled.

Auditions for both mainstage and student productions are held at the beginning of each term. We post updated information on this site regularly, as well as in Shakespeare Alley.


Last Updated: 10/8/14