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Welcome to Theatre and Cinema
Students who study theatre become quick thinkers, versatile problem solvers and excellent communicators. Whether you seek a life’s work, a sense of community, or a diversion, the Department of Theatre and Cinema serves as your gateway to new skills, experiences and pathways.
Remembering Porterfield's Stage
We are calling upon our Radford Family of theatre enthusiasts to celebrate the rich history of theatre at Radford University.
For $150 (including shipping), you can support students studying theatre within the College of Visual and Performing Arts (CVPA) AND own a piece of Radford theater history.
Each plaque includes a floor sample from one of the original traps of the Hayes Stage. Each, unique and complete with random spattered paint, screw or nail holes, spike tape, etc., testifies to the character and many productions that have graced this historic stage!
News & Events
Theatre professor Robyn Berg has joined forces with licensed professional counselor Bonny O'Neill to produce a new podcast for actors, "Staying Me While Being You."
Radford University's Music Department proudly launched its first-ever Health and Wellness Awareness Week over the past weekend, leaving a resounding impact on students' physical and mental well-being.
Radford University’s first play of the season, Silent Sky, mixes science and history with relatable human emotion and powerful philosophical questions.
Students and collegues remember Theatre professor Chuck Hayes, a Radford University legend.
Radford's Theater Department stages Much Ado About Nothing, a new play for a long standing tradition.
The College of Visual and Performing Arts celebrates the 50th anniversary of Pink Floyd’s landmark concept album, Dark Side of the Moon, with a free live performance.
Assistant Professor Camilla Morrison discusses women and motherhood on With Good Reason.
Theater Students take on Red Light Winter.
One of the world’s most celebrated and storied stage troupes will entertain southwest Virginia as part of Radford University’s Performance Series.