Being a theatre minor allows you to combine your interests in creative arts, humanities, and social sciences. Through the synthesis of thinking, doing, and creative problem solving, you'll develop your mind, body, and imagination. By getting involved in the theatre department, you'll have a chance to help out putting on a production, from set-building to acting.
Rosemary Heyl Theatre in Antonian Hall, our resident professional theater, produces seasons in partnership with the department and the Carlow University Theatre Group which offers Carlow students and the Pittsburgh community alike the opportunity to perform and work with other actors, directors, designers, and technicians.
In November of 2018, the Carlow University Theatre Group performed the Neil Simon classic Fools. Read about two of the production's lead student actors.
The theatre minor requires a minimum of 18 credits including TR 103 and TR 205. The student and advisor will plan the program in accordance with the student’s interests.
ROSEMARY HEYL THEATRE
Carlow's professional stage is the Rosemary Heyl Theatre, located on the lower level of Antonian Hall. A season of plays is presented in partnership with the department and the Carlow University Theatre Group. Carlow students and the Pittsburgh community alike have the opportunity to perform and work with other actors, directors, designers, and technicians.
To contact the Box Office for tickets, use the reservation line phone number at 412.578.8749.
Below: Carlow University Theatre Group presents "Doris Priscilla Wiggins’ Last Will and Testament," performed as part of the annual Monologamy series of community written and performed monologues.