Through the collaborative and creative process, we find ways of knowing ourselves and the world around us using cognitive diversity. We not only train skills in the performing arts, we teach ways of discovery and creation in the tradition of a liberal arts education. We cultivate what education theorist Howard Gardner calls “multiple intelligences.”
Connection to Profession
Our faculty members are working artists and scholars in the field. They bring this experience to the classroom and educate students in the current standards and practices of the industry.
Diversity of Tradition
We honor the global diversity of theories, practices and performance conventions that have come before us and manifest this value in our scholarship and production.
To provide excellent education and training, through classes and productions, at the graduate and undergraduate levels, to students seriously interested in careers in theatre, dance, and related areas.
To provide classes in theatre and dance that will enrich the educational experience of students majoring in other fields.
To offer performances that are aesthetically and intellectually stimulating to the campus community, the Boulder area, and the state.
To contribute, through research and productions, to the health and development of the arts of theatre and dance locally, regionally, and beyond.