Due to unforeseen circumstances, this weekend’s performances of Animals Out of Paper have been postponed to next weekend. Tickets for this weekend’s performances will be refunded.
This weekend’s performances will be held on Thursday, 2/29, Friday, 3/1, and Saturday, 3/2 at 8pm.
If you have any questions, please contact our box office at [email protected].
Who We Are
DramaTech Theater is a student-run theater focused on artistic experimentation with a technical background. We seek to foster a collaborative, comforting social environment that allows students to take on leadership roles and be involved in all aspects of theater while finding a creative oasis on campus. DramaTech provides a creative outlet and allows students to improve themselves and the theater community by improving on leadership values, technical skills, and artistic endeavors.
What We Do
As a theatre, we organize productions for public performance. As students with voracious appetites for knowledge of all kinds, we try to learn something in the process. With every show we try to create something that moves, inspires, or at a minimum entertains our audiences. These generally take one of the following forms:
Full length, large scale productions performed in DramaTech’s home, the Dean James E. Dull Theater, located within the Ferst Center for the Arts.
We partner with arts organizations and students across Georgia Tech to showcase their talents in a two-night blowout in the Dean Dull Theatre.
While performed in the same space, these are shows that are smaller in scale, but still use some big ideas and technology.
At DramaTech, we have our own improvisational comedy troupe called Let’s Try This! They perform regularly throughout every semester. Some of these shows are in DramaTech’s theatre, but many take place in various locations all over campus.
DramaTech’s newly-added tap troupe will show you the ropes to tap dancing lingo, steps, and routines.