THEATRE AT MSU DENVER
We believe that training in theatre is essential "Equipment for Living."
Theatre has had a profound impact on human culture for thousands of years, bringing our imaginations to life with sights and sounds. This unique way of telling stories hasn’t faltered in popularity and has been adopted by cultures around the world. If you want to make your mark on the stage or behind the curtains, there’s no better place to study Theatre in Colorado than MSU Denver.
Being on stage or working as a theatre technician or designer requires artistic talent and discipline, among other things, but everything that needs to be learned about theatre production is taught at MSU Denver.
MSU Denver’s Department of Theatre has been transforming Colorado’s performing-arts scene for decades. Our faculty has won several awards for teaching excellence, and our alumni are working in performance venues throughout the country. We produce four major productions a year, including two musicals in affiliation with the Department of Music. As a Theatre student, you’ll receive the kind of mentoring you need to succeed as an actor, theatre technician or designer.
Theatre is “Equipment for Living,” and that’s the philosophy that the Department of Theatre stands by. Studying theatre will give you confidence and a skill set to perform well in any career or graduate program you pursue.
Here’s where a Major in Theatre might take you:
Film, screen and stage acting, lighting design, sound engineering, arts administration, stage management, arts administration, costume design, education, as so much more.
Laura Love teaches technical theatre courses and is our departmental Costume Director. She has designed scenery and costumes for more than 90 productions throughout Colorado and Utah. She is also an active member of the United States Institute for Theatre Technology. She is the costume and scenery advisor for our B.F.A. Applied Theatre Technology & Design students, as well as our Theatre Majors and Minors.
Professor of Theatre