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Department of Theatre & Dance

Student Organizations

From performance groups to the theatre honor society, find out how you can make the most of your education outside of the classroom.

From producing a season to planning social events, there are many ways opportunities to lead.

A Wealth of Opportunity

From producing a season to planning social events, there are many ways opportunities to lead.

Rollins Players

The Rollins Players plan social events for the Department of Theatre and Dance, provide volunteer service to arts organizations across Central Florida, and most importantly, produce the Second Stage Series. To get involved, email

Rollins Dance Association

Rollins Dance Association is a group of students who share the passion of dance. They produce an annual dance concert, Expressions, and provide an outlet for Rollins' student dancers to learn various styles of dance from professional and student choreographers from the greater dance community. Rollins Dance Association is committed to these founding purposes:

  • Student-Initiated
  • High Standards of Respect, Scholarship, and Commitment
  • Participation in Campus Activities

To get involved, contact

Rollins Improv Players

The mission of Rollins Improv Players (R.I.P.) is to create improvisational theatre that expresses challenging and provocative subject matter; to represent the dramatic and comedic aspects of student life and beyond; to dare ourselves and our audiences to grow, think, and act; to serve Rollins College as a conduit for discussion and discovery, experimentation, play, laughter and community. For more information, visit the R.I.P. site or email

Rollins Tap Club

The purpose of Rollins Tap Club is to promote, advance, and encourage tap dance at Rollins College. They offer student-taught classes for any tap level, usually on Friday afternoons. Rollins Tap Club performs at Expressions, which is produced by the Rollins Dance Company. They also perform at school events and do pop-up shows. To get involved, contact

Alpha Psi Omega

Alpha Psi Omega is the national honor society of theatre. Membership is open to juniors and seniors who demonstrate scholastic excellence and exceptional service to the department. To be eligible to apply, juniors must have a 3.5 GPA or higher, and seniors must have a 3.3 GPA or higher.