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The Department of Theatre Arts at Baylor is a dynamic and intensive program with academically and professionally engaged professors, an active production season, and a busy schedule of workshops, guest artists, and special events.

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Fine Arts Living Learning Center

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The Fine Arts Living Learning Center is a community of student artists housed in the North Village Residence Halls, just next door to Baylor's premiere Fine Arts facilities. The center is sponsored by the Departments of Art, Theatre Arts, the Division of Film and Digital Media in the Department of Communication Studies, and the School of Music.

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Study Abroad with the Baylor Theatre

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Every other year the Baylor Department of Theatre Arts travels abroad to experience the fine arts internationally.

In the summer of 2016, during the month of July, we will be traveling to Ireland, France, and England to experience historical and contemporary theatre sites ranging from the Abbey Theatre in Dublin to the National Theatre in London.

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What's Playing!


Noises Off Click here to see our entire 2017-18 season of plays!

Grand Concourse

by Heidi Schreck
Directed by Cooper Sivara
in partial fulfillment
of the MFA in directing

June 15-17 at 7:30 pm
June 18 at 2:00 pm

Theatre 11
General admission seating

Who Am I This Time?
(& Other Conundrums of Love)

by Aaron Posner
Directed by DeAnna Toten Beard

June 22-24 at 7:30pm
June 25 at 2:00pm

Theatre 11
General admission seating

Tickets go on sale June 1!  







Grand Concourse

Shelley has been running a soup kitchen in the basement of a church in the Bronx for years. As a nun, she has dedicated her life to service and to helping others. Recently, however, she has lost her sense of purpose. She finds a chance to regain that purpose when a young girl named Emma comes to the kitchen hoping to volunteer. As she attempts to help Emma find her way, Shelley must confront the possibility that though she helps others for a living, she is not immune to needing help herself.

*This production includes mature language and themes.

Who Am I This Time?

Contemporary playwright Aaron Posner's adaptation of short stories by Kurt Vonnegut uses humor to explore the conundrums of love in small town Texas in 1962. As members of the local community theatre prepare their production of "A Streetcar Named Desire," we watch romance blossom in the most unlikely of circumstances. Told with live music and a lot of love, Baylor Theatre's WHO AM I THIS TIME blends the hip vibe of Austin artists with the sweet sentimentality of a bygone age.