Theatre

The Children of the Queen's Writ performances Dec. 2-4

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Due to unforeseen circumstances, the Nov. 18-20 weekend performances of The Children of the Queen's Writ were postponed and will be presented Dec. 2-4. Tickets for those performances are on sale.

Tickets for The Children of the Queen's Writ are $10 for adults, including TWU faculty and staff, and $5 for students, children and senior citizens.

New performances dates and times:

  • Friday, Dec. 2, 8 p.m.
  • Saturday, Dec. 3, 2 p.m.
  • Saturday, Dec. 3, 8 p.m.
  • Sunday, Dec. 4, 2 p.m.

Picture yourself in the role of a lifetime

Acting. Directing. Designing. Playwriting. The Division of Theatre at Texas Woman’s University will prepare you for a future on stage, screen or behind the scenes with experienced faculty mentors and once-in-a-lifetime performance opportunities.

We are committed to developing well-rounded artists who have the ability to function creatively and skillfully in a variety of theatre situations. In addition to pursuing your primary passion here at TWU, you will gain expertise in every aspect of the production process.

2022-2023 Season

Poster for the play, The Children of the Queen's Writ, showing an actor wearing a crown

The 2022-23 season continues with The Children of the Queen's Writ, which examines an obscure 16th-century law that permitted the abduction of juveniles for the elite Chapel Choir of St. Paul's, which became the justification for the trafficking of boys in Elizabethan theatre.

The new season includes:

  • The Effect, Oct. 12-16
  • The Children of the Queen’s Writ, Nov. 16-20
  • Bull in a China Shop, Feb. 22-26
  • A mystery musical, title to be announced: Apr. 21-23 and Apr. 28-30

Tickets for all shows are $10 for adults and $5 for students and seniors. TWU Theatre offers a pay-what-you-can option available at every Saturday 2 p.m. performance.

Click here for more details on the 2022-23 season.

Take a virtual tour of the Redbud

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The Redbud Theater Complex is under construction this summer, but you can explore our facilities with interactive, panoramic photos featuring just a few of our state-of-the-art classroom, practice and performance spaces.

Why study Theatre at TWU?

TWU Theatre students perform Phaedra on stage

Master your craft

TWU is one of only five universities in Texas to offer a master’s degree in theatre. And if you seek the convenience and flexibility of online learning, a unique hybrid program established in 2008 is one of only a few in the nation allowing students to earn a Master of Arts in Theatre degree almost entirely online.

Develop lasting friendships

As a TWU theatre student, you will be encouraged to team up with your peers and engage in community service through membership in Alpha Psi Omega, an honorary theatre fraternity on campus. Among their projects, fraternity members help with fundraising for department scholarships and work on an annual holiday gift drive for local families in need.

Kick-start your career

Over the summer, you can learn on the job and network with professionals in your field while completing an apprenticeship or internship with a local theater company. Because TWU has a strong relationship with the local arts community, our students find work at prestigious venues in Denton, Dallas and Fort Worth.

Find your calling

A degree from TWU’s Division of Theatre could lead to Broadway, Hollywood or beyond. The skills acquired with a background in theatre arts could open doors to a surprising number of creative and educational careers, including, but not limited to:

  • Actor
  • Stage manager
  • Technical director
  • Theatre teacher
  • Artistic director
  • Scenic or costume designer
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Page last updated 2:29 PM, November 29, 2022