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Quinnipiac University Theater

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Theatre Arts Center Overview

The Theatre Arts Center on Sherman Avenue

The flexible, 12,000 square foot Theatre Arts Center is a specifically designed performance space, featuring a baby Steinway piano and a completely customizable layout.

The facility includes a costume shop and storage, a scene shop, a lighting and management booth and academic spaces, making it a true hub for theater and music performances.

A male student holds a script and performs in front of a black curtain during an audition

Under the bright lights

Connor Whiteley ’19 auditions for an upcoming performance Saturday, September 9, 2017, at the Theatre Arts Center.

Three students with scripts rehearse a scene in the grass outside the Theatre Arts Center building with other students nearby.

Autumn auditions

Students rehearse their scenes outside of the Theatre Arts Center during audition call backs for a fall performance.

Upcoming Events

A Staged Reading of ‘The King of Spain’s Daughter’

Tuesday, April 16, 7 p.m.

Written by Irish playwright Teresa Deevy, “The King of Spain’s Daughter” was first performed at the Abbey Theater in Dublin in 1935.

This comedy-drama explores the plight of Annie Kinsella, a young woman who dreams of romance and adventure but finds herself living in a bleak world which offers her the unhappy choice of working in a factory or becoming someone’s wife, a prospect she finds equally oppressive. That is unless the devoted Jim Harris can prove to her that beneath his humble, homespun exterior, he is a man of deep and abiding passions.

For more information, call 203-582-3500.

Symphony Orchestra Spring Concert

Wednesday, April 24, 7 p.m. 

The spring concert will feature more than 20 students who will perform a range of classical and contemporary styles of music. 

The hour-long concert is free and open to the public.

Vesna Mehinovic, an adjunct professor in the Department of Visual and Performing Arts, is the director of the symphony orchestra.

For more information, call 203-582-8652.

Visit Us

Visit the Theatre Arts Center

  • Theatre Arts Center
  • Theatre Arts Center

    
    		                    
    515 Sherman Avenue 
    Hamden, CT 06518
    
    By car: Whitney Avenue to Sherman 
    Avenue. Parking is onsite.
    
    By shuttle: The Green and Orange 
    Loop (between York Hill, Theatre Arts Center 
    and Mount Carmel Campus)

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Students reading scripts in front of a black curtain in the Theatre Arts Center

In the moment

Students audition during call backs for Doubt, A Parable at the Theatre Arts Center.

Past Performances

“In theater, we teach that it’s not just the big moments that make life meaningful, but all of the small moments in between that make life truly special.”
Kevin Daly, Theater Program Director

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More Information

For more information

Kevin Daly
Director of the Theater Program
Assistant Professor of Theater
kevin.daly@qu.edu
203-582-3500

To learn more about the Quinnipiac theater program, please visit QU.edu.