Adaptation of "The Jungle" Racks Up Nominations

Matt Foss Gets Attention in Chicago with Prestigious Theater Nominations More

Caisley Named Featured Playwright

Now there is one more excellent reason to check out the prestigious Seven Devils Conference...Rob Caisley More

Improv Comedy - Do You Dare?

Where laughter rules and comedy is a free for all! More

Contact & Location


Department of Theatre Arts

Physical Address:
Corner of 6th and Rayburn
Shoup Hall - 2nd Floor
PHONE: (208) 885-6465
FAX: (208) 885-2558

Mailing Address:
Theatre Arts Department
c/o University of Idaho
875 Perimeter Drive MS 2008
Moscow, ID 83844-2008

  • Caisley to Lead Conference

    The Seven Devils Conference propels plays & writers to the national stage. UI rofessor Rob Caisley, has been named the featured playwright.

    black & white close up of Rob Caisley
  • Three Free Performances!

    Enjoy a tale inspired by Hans Christian Anderson, presented by Idaho Repertory Theatre for Youth

    image of white swan with words


  • To Russia, With Love

    UI students and professor travel to Moscow, Russia, for a summer immersed in eastern-block theater culture.

    photo of four students on couch with Professor Matt Foss
  • National Award Winners!

    Talented theatre work behind the scenes leads to national recognition for UI students Courtney Smith and Kadin McGreevy.

    black & white photo of Courtney Smith and Kadin McGreevy
  • Hartung Theater Renovation

    Inspire future students, artists and audience members. Please support the much needed renovation. WATCH THE VIDEO.

    Hartung Theater Groundbreaking

Department of Theatre Arts

The University of Idaho Department of Theatre Arts is vibrant, diverse and committed to providing the Northwest’s most affordable and competitive undergraduate and graduate training in the areas of acting, directing, dramatic writing, design and technology.

The department is also proud to be affiliated with resident summer professional theatre company the Idaho Repertory Theatre and with the renowned Oregon Shakespeare Festival, which sponsors the Rex Rabold Fellowship.

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