The Rollins College Department of Theatre and Dance provides for the development of imaginative, purposeful, and skilled expression in the theatre, and for students' artistic, intellectual, and personal growth.
Students move through a carefully crafted sequence of classroom experiences in order to build discipline and hone their skills.
Learn about the program
Small classes, one-on-one advising, and a commitment to flexibility and responsiveness allow you to make the most of your Rollins experience.
Meet our faculty and staff
From the four mainstage productions in the Annie Russell, to the three student-directed blackbox works in the Fred Stone, there are many performance and design opportunities throughout the year.
Our students, faculty and staff support each other on and off the stage. We genuinely enjoy each other's company and we're proud of what we accomplish.
Explore how to get involved
At Rollins, we believe that theatre artists can transform the communities in which they live, work, and serve. Our liberal arts course of study is both individualized and collaborative, valuing all aspects of theatrical production as components of equal and complementary worth. We invite you to read more about our programs of study
Faculty and Staff
Our faculty and staff are passionate about their areas of study, and even more passionate about sharing their craft with the young artists of Rollins. Meet our professors, teaching artists, and department staff.
We awarded over $90,000 in departmental scholarships last year. Rollins is closer than you think. Learn more about the process of becoming a Priscilla L. Parker Theatre Scholar.
There are many ways to get involved in the Department of Theatre and Dance, regardless of your major or career goals. Audition
for a play, work backstage
, or join a student organization