Build Your Portfolio, Cultivate Friendships

The School of Theatre & Dance offers so many opportunities for you to get involved in campus and professional activities. We encourage you to seriously consider how you invest your time as a student and look for opportunities to develop new skills while you also grow your personal and professional networks. 

London Semester

The London semester was designed specifically for students wanting a Millikin experience abroad. This life-changing adventure features a three-day school week leaving four-day weekends for travel and exploration. Courses are designed to offer a variety of experiences, all of which fulfill curricular requirements in all majors. For more information on The London Semester click the button below. 

London Semester

New Musicals Workshop

For over a decade, Millikin’s School of Theatre and Dance has been engaged in an innovative program known as the New Musicals Workshop.This exciting experience offers students and faculty opportunities to collaborate with professional writing teams as they develop new musicals intended for commercial production. For more information on The London Semester click the button below. 

New Musicals Workshop

Pipe Dreams Studio Theatre

Pipe Dreams Studio Theatre is an exciting concept in undergraduate education. In partnership with the Millikin Center for Entrepreneurship, the School of Theatre and Dance has created a laboratory environment where students can “play, experiment, and explore.” Through course work and practical application, students’ skills are put to the test in this student-run business venture. From selecting a season to directing, designing, and performing, from marketing and audience development to managing financial responsibilities, students engage in all aspects of running a small theatre company. For more information on Pipe Dreams click the button below.

Pipe Dreams Studio

Shakespeare Corrected

The Mission of Shakespeare Corrected is to bring undergraduate students together with marginalized populations to create an artistic experience that fosters respectful inclusion and supported expression.  For over a decade, SC has collaborated with nine separate organizations throughout Macon County, including the Decatur Correctional Center and Macon Resources Incorporated.  At Decatur Correctional, Millikin students work side-by-side with incarcerated colleagues, for five months, to produce a fully realized production of Shakespeare’s work.

Shakespeare Corrected