Students focus on theatre as a cultural, educational, and humanitarian art form, and are trained to use and demonstrate high impact practices in their respective classrooms. Through immersion in creative and collaborative theatre/drama processes, students build professional capacity through arts-infused curricula. UWM’s Department of Theatre supports schools and cultural institutions in both the urban classroom setting, and beyond, by encouraging accessible creative arts education for all students.
Explore – Specific degree information can be found in the UWM Academic Catalog along with credits, courses, admission and program requirements.
Audition/Interview – A successful audition or placement interview is required prior to entry into the BA and BFA programs. View the department requirements on the admission page for more information.
Post Baccalaureate – Students who have earned a Bachelor’s Degree in theatre or equivalent area (subject to faculty review) are eligible to apply for post baccalaureate studies in theatre education. Through these studies, students complete remaining undergraduate coursework and requirements leading to a recommendation for certification to the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction to teach theatre in grades K-12.
Ebert, who moved to Los Angeles from Sun Prairie, discusses her co-starring role on ABC's "Modern Family". She has also appeared on “Jane the Virgin” and “Criminal Minds” and as a semi-regular character on “General Hospital".
Careers in Theatre
Arts & Entertainment Writer
Arts Council Director
Box Office Manager/Staff
Community Arts Organizer
Costume Shop Manager
Cruise Line Performer
Marketing & Sales
Musical Theatre Artist
Special Effects Artist
Theatre Education Teacher (K-12)
Theatre Equipment Sales
Trade Show Designer
Visual Effects Director/Engineer
Faculty: Theatre Education
Senior Lecturer, Theatre History & Education
Director, K-12 Theatre Education
Outreach Coordinator, Theatre
Associate Lecturer, Theatre
Associate Lecturer, Theatre Education