Music Theatre


 Baldwin Wallace A Chorus Line 2014

 Lizzie Borden at PlayhouseSquare

2014-2015 Season


A Chorus Line

November 13-23

John Patrick Theatre

First Takes

November 17-18
William Allman Theatre


Naked Musical:
Elegies: A Song Cycle by William Finn

November 17-18
William Allman Theatre


Senior Recitals

December 4-6

John Patrick Theatre



February 6 - March 15

Beck Center for the Arts


Senior Showcase

At BW: April 8

In NYC: April 13-14


Saturday Night Fever

May 1-3


Balanced Triple-Threat Curriculum

The Baldwin Wallace Bachelor of Music in Music Theatre is career-oriented performance training. You’ll acquire the tools to compete with the best in a balanced, rigorous sequence of classes in acting, voice and dance. Our intense approach produces savvy, passionate young artists who work across the country, on Broadway and around the world.

Industry Relationships
BW Music Theatre maintains close ties with the entertainment industry so that you have more chances to work. Our community partners include PlayhouseSquare, Great Lakes Theatre, Beck Center for the Arts, the Cleveland Play House, Dobama Theatre, Porthouse Theatre, Cleveland Public Theatre and the National Alliance for Musical Theatre, among many more.

Professional Faculty

Dedicated faculty members with active careers track current industry trends as they develop, giving you a competitive edge and pushing you to thrive as a professional. You benefit directly, earning professional resume credits, EMC points and even Equity cards prior to graduation.

Get Seen Before Graduation

MT Masters – an annual series of master classes that gets you on the New York radar before you graduate. 20-30 leading agents and casting directors come to campus and teach you how to get hired as a professional. The New York Showcase is our specialty, designed to make you stand out. For the past four years, 100% of our graduates have signed with agents.

Be Ready to Step Into a Role

Every role is a chance for you to grow, and we’re known for the high quality of our work onstage. Close ties with BW’s Department of Theatre and Dance means plenty of performance opportunities. Seven fully-staged productions each year – three musicals, an opera, and three plays – are built from the ground up right on campus at the Kleist Center for Art and Drama, or at our community partner theatres.

Working Alumni

Alumni stay in touch, show up, and stay involved. Grads who’ve made it give back to the program so that you succeed too. BW alums work around the world—Broadway, off Broadway, London’s West End, National & International Tours, Cruises, Television and Film – an invaluable network that supports you as you get your career in gear.

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