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
Students studying theatre arts and dance at Rollins enjoy state-of-the-art facilities.
Annie Russell Theatre: A 377-seat proscenium theatre listed on the National Registry of Historic Places. The Annie has state-of-the-art lighting equipment, including LEDs, Scrollers, automated lighting, and a custom lighting bridge.
Fred Stone Theatre: A 90-seat black box space.
Annie Russell Dance Studio: Provides a home to our movement courses and serves as additional rehearsal space for mainstage productions.
Winnie Warden Costume and Design Studio: Built in 2005, the costume and design studios provides extensive warehouse space and state-of-the-art design, drafting, and building equipment.
The Shop: Students develop skills in carpentry, welding, and scenic painting.