Theatre and Music Theatre
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Create. Challenge. Change.
The Conservatory for the Performing Arts at Viterbo University is home to a new generation of young artists destined for careers in theatre, music theatre, music education, vocal performance, and dance. Our innovative spirit shines through every aspect of our cross-disciplinary programs and in our student-centered, professional faculty.
We celebrate diversity in all forms and strive to create a rigorous and compassionate learning environment that meets you where you are and supports your evolution toward the artist you want to be. Cultivating individual identity and a proud sense of self are central to our approach. You’ll be challenged to develop your artistic voice and carve your path toward the career of your choosing.
Ready for a Leading Role
When Kai Judd first arrived at Viterbo University from Sacramento, Calif., it took him a little while to adapt to how nice everyone seemed to be. “When I first toured here, I thought that everybody was being super fake because...
Viterbo Theatre Alums Appearing on Broadway
An in-depth WXOW-TV report form December 2019 highlights the Broadway successes of Viterbo University alumni Arbender Robinson, Jhardon Milton, and Samantha Pauly.
Working Apart, Learning Together
Viterbo faculty and students are turning remote-learning into an opportunity, whether that be by recording virtual opera scenes or practicing new telehealth techniques. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, spring in-person class...
Joe Lange Sings Praises of Scholarships
For vocal performance major Joe Lange, a scholarship's value is more than monetary. “It gives me a lot of inspiration to do well in my classes. I want to be seen as a worthy recipient.”
Music Student Combines Big Dreams with Practical Focus
“Everyone here has big dreams,” says Alexandra Burch, a vocal performance and music education double major at Viterbo University. Alexandra Burch