The university's theatre department is dedicated to cultivating artistic integrity in its students and its programs as it explores the craft of theatre in a Christ-centered environment. The program's mission: "To offer a safe, disciplined, and nurturing theatre program that prepares artists to make meaningful contributions to our world."
The freshman class play, Second Fiddle, being performed in Wood-Mar Auditorium in 1939.
Wood-Mar Auditorium provides an intimate setting for theatre productions, comedy theatre nights, guest lectures and student events. The 270-seat auditorium hosts the majority of the theatre program's main-stage productions.