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Dance symposium for men

men in dance

WVU hosted the first national symposium focusing on dance as a lifelong vocation for men and boys.

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Rotating Rep Kicks Off Season

"Topedog/Underdog" by Suzan-Lori Parks and "Exit, Pursued by a Bear" by Lauren Gunderson will be playing in rotating rep to open the WVU School of Theatre and Dance Season. Both shows explore domestic relationships as "Topdog/Underdog" portrays the dynamic between two brothers trapped in the same house while "Exit, Pursued by a Bear" deals with domestic violence between a husband and wife. 

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WVU Community Theatre 2017-2018 Registration Now Open! 

Due to its ongoing success, WVU Community Theatre is proud to be opening the program to High School students who are interested in acting!  We are now serving children grades 1-12 (current academic year).

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Wiley-Stockton recipient of CCA Outstanding Alumni Award

In 1996, Jennifer Wiley-Stockton graduated from WVU with a bachelor’s degree in theatre and began working at a New York City talent agency. She quickly moved up the ranks, building an impressive list of clients.
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Calendar

For ticketed events, call 304-293-SHOW or visit ticketmaster.com to purchase your seats. 
Full School of Theatre & Dance Calendar

Alumni Sean Cercone 

Sean Cercone
A bumpy road of rejection and failure brought Sean Cercone to West Virginia University in 1999. Visiting campus in 2017 as a senior vice president, he watched the musical he co-wrote come to life in the same building where he received his shot at success.
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Klingelhoefer's first book talks scenic design in theatre

“The Craft and Art of Scenic Design: Strategies, Concepts, and Resources” is the first book written by Robert Klingelhoefer, director of WVU’s design and technology program and associate professor of scene design. 

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