Fordham University Theatre Company

Fordham Theatre training embraces a company concept with all theatre students participating as members of the Fordham University Theatre Company. The company produces four mainstage productions each season, and fifteen to twenty studio theatre productions. The mainstage productions are directed and designed by full-time faculty and guests from the professional New York theatre community. The studio productions are comprised of playwriting and directing projects that are completely student-driven, with the support of outside professional directors (playwriting) and mentors (directing). Additionally, each spring, we feature our senior designers and stage managers in a Design Show, and our senior actors in a Performance Showcase.

But we can’t do it alone. It is also due to the generous donations from our supporters that we can make all of these productions and showcases happen. Please consider donating to the Fordham theatre program, so that we can continue being a top-tier program capable of the high-quality productions that we’re known for!

Behind the Scenes

Faculty/Director Dawn Saito talks about her creation of the 'Dance of Destruction' in Fordham's production of ``Phoebe in Winter.``