Senior Capstone Projects
Friday, April 22 @ 7:00
The Most Dangerous Game, Jacob Arnold
Saturday, April 23 @ 7:00
Painting the Roses Red, Alisha Shepherd
Sunday, April 24 @ 6:00
Vanities, Erica Haeberlin
Sunday, April 24 @ 7:00*
Final Play, Zach Graviss
*NOTE: This play starts just after Vanities. The time listed is approximate.
The vision of the Bellarmine University Theatre Program celebrates the creativity of the human spirit. As a vital part of an international liberal arts community, the Theatre Program concentrates on developing imaginative, knowledgeable, skilled and responsible artists, teachers, scholars, students and audience members for the future of theatre. Within this creative community of artist-scholars, students are encouraged to cultivate critical thinking and develop their individual artistic passion through immersion in literature, new world views, cultural diversity, exposure to a wide variety of performance practices and their own practical creative exploration.
The study of theatre allows self exploration and independent discovery, and inspires deep compassion and empathy. Students, staff, faculty, and guest artists in Bellarmine University’s Theatre Program engage on a local, national and global level to realize this vision.
Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival 2013 Awards
Bellarmine Theatre Program is proud to hold the National Title in Sound Design at the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival 2013.
Bellarmine also holds the Regional Title in Sound Design and the 3rd Place in Stage Managing Title at the American College Theatre Festival 2013, Region 4.
Bellarmine offers a wide variety of study abroad options on 6 continents in over 50 countries and at over 150 partner campuses around the globe.
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