The department provides for the study of the history of drama and theater from the Greeks through the 20th century, including considerable emphasis on non-Western drama and nonliterary theatrical traditions, as well as work in acting, directing, design, and playwriting. This study of theater history is multidisciplinary and requires students to engage politics, social sciences, and philosophy, as well as other art forms.

Assistant Professor of Drama
MAR, Yale University; BA, Vassar College; MA, MPhil, PhD, Columbia University in the City of New York
Visiting Assistant Professor of Drama
BS, Fitchburg State University; MFA, Carnegie Mellon University
Visiting Assistant Professor of Drama
BA, Grand Valley State University; MFA, Dell'Arte International School of Physical Theatre
Assistant Professor of Drama
BA, Fordham University; MFA, University of Iowa
Adjunct Instructor in Dance and Drama
BA, University of Toronto; MFA, Montclair State University
Senior Lecturer in Drama
BFA, School of the Art Institute of Chicago; MFA, University of Houston
Visiting Assistant Professor of Drama
BA, Vassar College; MFA, George Washington University
Professor of Drama on the Mary Riepma Ross '32 Chair
BS, Northwestern University; MFA, New York University
Professor of Drama
BA, Rosary College; MA, PhD, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities