Northwestern theater ranked one of the best college campus theaters

Rebecca Savransky, Assistant Campus Editor

Northwestern’s Theatre and Interpretation Center was recently ranked 13th on Best College Reviews’ list of the 25 best college campus theaters.

The center, known for its four unique venues and all-white box-like shape, holds nearly 40 productions per year, according to the review. In addition to putting on shows directed by those with fine arts degrees and guest artists, the theater also puts on completely student-run productions, including the Waa-Mu Show. 

This academic year, the center is featuring Joseph Hanreddy, an award-winning director and playwright, and Nick Bowling, associate artistic director for the TimeLine Theatre.

Best College Reviews ranked the Richard B. Fisher Center for the Performing Arts at Bard College in New York as the top college campus theater, noting its unique building design and interior.

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