Theater and Performance Studies (TAPS) produces and collaborates with a number of student organizations. We offer a range of facilities and resources in the Logan Arts Center and the Reynolds Club, including but not limited to a black box theater, two proscenium theaters, two performance labs, and shops for wood, metal, costumes and props.
One of the oldest student-run theaters in the nation, University Theater produces anything from the smallest workshop to the most ambitious mainstage, as many as five weekends every quarter.
Off-Off is the second-oldest improvisational company in the country, mixing sketch, musical and improv comedy to create a terrific Friday night.
The campus's resident Shakespeare troupe, The Dean's Men play the Bard's Golden Poetry however they want to.
The Dance Council is a newly created co-curricular program, involving more than 300 students, 7 productions annually, with a sweeping range of forms from Ballet to Bhangra.
Members of Le Vorris & Vox are learning and performing together as stilt-walkers, acrobats and tumblers, clowns, burlesque dancers, fire spinners, unicyclists, aerialists, and as friends.
Become An Usher for TAPS
More information on becoming an usher for the Committee on Theatre & Performance Studies coming soon.