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

Aside from mainstage productions, DramaTech is also home to an improvisational comedy troupe, Let’s Try This!  Let’s Try This! performs in DramaTech’s black box theatre and other locations on and around Tech campus several times each semester.

DramaTech has been housed in a variety of buildings around the Georgia Tech campus. In 1992, DramaTech moved to its current home in the Dean James E. Dull Theatre, the black box theatre of the Robert Ferst Center for the Arts. Dean of Students Emeritus James Dull and his wife, Gay Dull, are long-time supporters of DramaTech Theatre.

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