The BYU-Idaho Theatre department has programs, productions, and facilities to help students get involved throughout their education here. Use the resources on this page to find out how you can participate in various Theatre productions and activities.
Theatre Council is a student-run Academic Society that allows students to be involved in BYU-Idaho's Theatre Department. It is responsible for opening night soirees, production talk-backs, student directed productions, student feedback for productions, playwright readings/performances, and many other theatrical activities.
The Theatre Department has 6 productions every year in which students can audition for. Campus theatre productions are open enrollment, making auditions open to the community and all students, regardless of major. Productions can count as a practicum class (TA 260R, TA 360R, and TA 460R).
Students are required to audition for roles in the school produtions. Find info about auditions, as well as tips on how to have a great audition. Although anyone can audition for a production, priority will be given to on-track Theatre majors. Audition material varies for each production.
The Theatre Department provides a few amenities to help students with plays, classroom projects, and personal use. Students will find assistance with costumes, props, and scripts.