Student Theater

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Student Theater Organization are created through Campus Life and are student-funded, student-run, and student-programmed. They provide undergraduates with a wide range of opportunities for creating productions, seasons, and other events. The current student theater organizations produce a wide range of work: classics and contemporary plays, musicals, improv comedy, new works, and projects about issues of concern to diverse communities."

Student Theater Organizations

Ad Hoc Productions

Ad Hoc Productions was founded to allow Emory students to produce musical theater, and to provide a forum for education about, as well as enjoyment of, this unique art form. They produce a main stage show every semester as well as occasional smaller projects.


Contact: Josh Bainnson, President

Alpha Psi Omega (National Theater Honor Society)

Alpha Psi Omega is Emory's chapter of the National Theater Honor Society. APO members participate in community service and sponsor a festival of student-written plays every spring. APO also organizes the annual student theater awards ceremony, the Furry Curries.


Contact: Amina Dunn, President:

Dooley Players

The newly formed Dooley Players (formerly AHANA and Starving Artists Productions) are committed to cultivating the arts at Emory throgh a variety of performance mediums and by providing the student body theater and film productions, events, and festivals.


Contact: Adam Friedman, Artistic Director:

Emory Chinese Theater Club

The Emory Chinese Theater Club (ECTC) is a student organization that promotes Chinese Theater on campus to raise awareness of distinct Chinese performing art forms.



Contact: Jessie Zhao, Co-President:

Emory Playwrights in Constellation (EPiC)

EPiC seeks to provide an outlet for the workshop and development of student plays and new works. Through talkback sessions, collaborative gatherings, and the exchange of ideas, EpiC encourages students to expand their ways of working beyond the classroom. EPiC's goal is to promote student interest in the arts, particularly concerning new works.


Contact: Max McCreary, Producing Director


Rathskellar is Emory’s improv comedy troupe.


Contact: John Gillen III, Emperor,