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  • University Players

    The University Players were organized to complement the Department of Theatre & Dance academic program, to enrich student life on campus, and to expose the university community to live theatre and dance performances.

    Students who belong to the University Players gain practical experience in a wide variety of theatre and dance-related activities with department mainstage production and student-led productions. Opportunities include performing; designing sets, lights, sound or costumes; serving as crew members on productions; or engaging in marketing and community outreach.


  • Alpha Psi Omega

    Alpha Psi Omega (ΔΨΩ) is the National Theatre Honor Society for students who are active in collegiate/university theatre at fully-accredited institutions with a four-year curriculum in theatre and drama leading to a degree.

    APO is the Theatre Honorary Society for the University of Richmond. To be eligible a student must be a second semester sophomore and must have made a significant contribution to the production program. Election to membership is held usually after each mainstage production; initiations occur at the end of each semester. Chapter report with photographic documentation is published each year in the APO magazine, Playbill. APO sponsors a number of campus theatrical events: Studio Productions, Talent Nights, Social Events, and New Faces.