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Visit The Theatre School

Interested in seeing The Theatre School and learning more about our programs and admissions process? The best way is to visit.

Information Sessions & Tours

Both undergraduate (BFA) and graduate (MFA) visits are scheduled online and are available throughout the year on most weekdays, with the exception of university holidays. Information sessions are led by a Theatre Admissions Counselor and include an overview of our training programs, production season, and application process. Current students lead tours of The Theatre School, including studios, workshops, classrooms, and performance spaces.

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See a show

We make complimentary tickets available to prospective and admitted students to see our productions. Check out our current season to see what is playing and then contact The Theatre School Admissions Office with the name, date, and time of the show you would like to attend.

Debut DePaul (Fall)

We host undergraduate theatre-specific open house programs each fall that coincide with the main university's Fall Visit Days. Debut DePaul is specifically for students interested in pursuing a theatre major and offers information sessions about the application process, presentations on student life, tours, a demonstration class, and the opportunity to see an evening performance. Admissions interviews are available the next day for students who have submitted an admissions application and registered for the interview in advance.

Registration is not currently open for Debut DePaul

Admitted Students Visits  (spring)

Each April, we host a Admitted Student Weekend for admitted BFA students and their families. Registration is made available shortly after admissions decisions are released each March.

Alternatively, we can set up a customized visit day for you! Email the Theatre Admissions Office to let us know which day you'll be on-campus and what you'd like to do while you're here. We can arrange class visits, lunch with current students, meetings with faculty, and anything else you would like to do as you make your college decision.