Puget Sound Production photos: Kurt Walls. For production detail, double click on image.
Theatre Arts at Puget Sound, the new exhibit in Collins Memorial Library, runs through May 15. On display are examples of works that take place on the stage and behind the scenes, including playbills, posters, set models, production notebooks, costume renderings, and other theater ephemera.
A reception for the exhibit will be held Friday, Feb. 6, from 4 to 6 p.m., in the library. A special presentation by the theatre arts faculty is scheduled for 4:30 p.m., in the library’s reading room on the main floor.
Theatre Arts offers courses and creative activities in which students learn to make, understand, and evaluate theatrical events. In doing so, students acquire knowledge and skills that enable them to become collaborative, informed, imaginative, and engaged theatre makers, who – as artists, scholars, and citizens – will pursue paths after graduation in professional theatre, education, business, and other fields of endeavor.
The department annually offers scholarships for incoming and ongoing students: deadline, February 15. For information, click on "Scholarships" in the sidebar or contact the office administrator at 253.879.3330.
All students are welcome to audition for and participate in Theatre Arts productions.