At Loyno, there’s room for you to aspire to any role.
Our students are actors, directors, playwrights and designers. Our immersive Theatre Arts degree trains you in all aspects of theatre; our Liberal Arts core inspires the art you create.
Undergraduate Degree Programs
Bachelor of Arts in Theatre Arts
At Loyno, there’s room for you to aspire to any role. Our students are actors, directors, playwrights and designers. Our immersive Theatre Arts degree trains you in all aspects of theatre; our Liberal Arts core inspires the art you create.
Bachelor of Arts in Theatre Arts and Musical Theatre
Whether your primary passion is singing, dancing, or acting, our program will make you a well-rounded musical theatre performer and you’ll get practical experience honing your skills—all students work on productions every year.
The undergraduate minor in Theatre is designed to prepare students for work in professional or community theatre.
Big Easy Wins
For the second consecutive year, Loyola’s Department of Theatre Arts and Dance has won the 2018 Big Easy Entertainment award for “Best University Production,” this time for Loyola Theatre’s performance of “The Christians” by Lucas Hnath, directed by Assistant Professor of Theatre Arts and Dance C. Patrick Gendusa.
Performance of Shaw’s famous play, telling the story of a Professor who seeks to transform the rough, cockney woman Eliza Doolittle into a passable member of cultured society
See what our faculty and students are accomplishing
Professor and Alum work together to produce ALEXIS, I AM!
Professor C. Patrick Gendusa and alum James Will McBride ('12) have come together to produce a one night only performance of Alexis, I Am! starring the famous queen of "RuPaul's Drag Race" Season 9, Alexis Michelle. The evening's performance is also written and directed by James Will McBride.
Freshman Wins Library Student Research Competition
Baylee Robertson, a freshman Theatre Arts major with a minor in Business, was one of four winners in the 2018 Monroe Library Student Research Competition at Loyola New Orleans. The contest required students to submit a research project that they had created for a class in the current academic year, and the winners were selected for going above and beyond the expectations of research using the resources and tools provided by the Monroe Library.