• Rehearse

    Students in Farkas Hall review notes during A.R.T.’s Finding Neverland rehearsal

  • Perform

    In Antigonick, student actors and designers worked with professional director Ianthe Demos

  • Engage

    Opening night of A.R.T.'s Finding Neverland, interns celebrate with choreographer Mia Michaels

  • TDM 129DA Analysis Through Action


    Students work directly with with leading scholars in the fields of Theater, Dance & Media

  • Hyacinth Macaw directed by Marcus Stern


    Working with guest professionals from around the world, students have the opportunity to learn from a variety of resources

  • Diane Paulus and students


    The launch of Theater, Dance & Media at Harvard will produce the next generation of artists

  • TDM 131 Directing Lab with Shira Milikowsky


    Students work directly with practicing artists in a professional setting

Students in TDM have the opportunity to take theater courses including dramatic literature, directing, theater history, acting, dramaturgy, design, and playwriting. The concentration combines theory and practice, emphasizing both academic research and production in a range of theaters on campus.  As the professional theater of Harvard University, the American Repertory Theater (A.R.T.) plays a central role in the TDM concentration.

Students take courses with professional artists at the A.R.T., and have opportunities to participate in internships that immerse them in the work of the theater and engage them with leading practitioners from around the world. Recent A.R.T. productions that Harvard undergraduates have worked on as interns include:



Father Comes Home From the Wars
Finding Neverland
Witness Uganda
The Shape She Makes
The Gershwins' Porgy & Bess
The Glass Menagerie