Alpha Psi Omega
Alpha Psi Omega is the National Honorary Theatre Society, founded in 1925 This co-ed society inducts members based on outstanding participation in college theatre, as well as academic competence. Hartwick's Nu Iota Cast of Alpha Psi Omega was established in 1952 and can be seen on campus today, wearing moonlight blue shirts with amber lettering. Each member has excelled on stage, backstage, or both, and has been recognized for their commitment to Hartwick Theatre. They have and continue to assist with department productions and shows run by theatre-related clubs. Events and programs they have run in the past include Monologue Festival in the fall and a theatre resume building workshop in the spring. For more information about Alpha Psi Omega here at Hartwick, contact President Sarah Walsh at email@example.com. More about Alpha Psi Omega...
Cardboard Alley Players
A student-run theatre group, Cardboard Alley Players (CAP) is one of the oldest clubs at Hartwick. Members hold meetings once a week and go on trips to New York City to see shows, the Stratford Shakespeare Festival in Canada, and the USITT national convention. They also put on their own productions, hold the annual theatre awards ceremony, and lend a hand with departmental shows. All are welcome to join. E-mail Co-Presidents Chase O'neill and Danielle Weaver at OneillC@hartwick.edu and Weaverd@hartwick.edu for more information.
This student-run dance club gives at least two performances during the academic year. The dances are choreographed and performed by the students and come in an array of different styles, from hip-hop to salsa to broadway. Dancers can perform solo routines, duets, and/or group numbers. Participants are not limited to performing in one dance as they are encouraged to try out for multipe routines.