UT is producing The Taming of the Shrew, Muscle Memory and A Weekend of Workshops: Cassandra & Strings Attached: In Concert in Fall 2023, as well as Falsettos and a to-be-announced show in Winter 2023.
Interested in auditioning for a Fall 2023 single-quarter or Winter 2023 cross-quarter show? Click here for more information about opportunities for actors!
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Open to any and all majors, University Theater (UT) is a hub of performance, design, and artistic creation for the UChicago community. At our core, we’re a large group of passionate students who are driven by a love of what we do, and it shows in our work. Every year, our community puts students at the helm of over 35 shows across 5 performance spaces. We’re also proud to foster a direct dialogue with some of Chicago’s most talented and experienced theater professionals through our co-curricular involvement with the Committee on Theater and Performance Studies. Whether you’re interested in working backstage, onstage, or if you’re a little fuzzy on the difference between the two, we welcome you to the UT community!
Here’s a list of some of the groups and events that make up UT! If something catches your eye, we encourage you to learn more and reach out.
The Dean’s Men is a student organization at the University of Chicago dedicated to the works of William Shakespeare. Learn more!
Off-Off Campus is UT’s very own improvisational comedy troupe. Learn more!
Theater is a unique, quarterly theater festival of new work that is written, directed, rehearsed, and designed by students within 24 hours. Looking for a quick, fun, and hectic theater experience? Check it out!
Weekend of Workshops offers a space for student directors to explore their craft and push on the limits of their creative vision. Click here to learn more and propose a workshop!