April 20, 2022

ATP Senior Projects: 4/28 - 5/1, 2022

The Department of Theatre is proud to announce the performance schedule for the Actor Training Program’s 2022 Senior Projects.


These live performances and short films—an assortment of self-written, collaborative, and published works—are the final projects created by the most recent cohort of graduating seniors in the BFA Actor Training Program.

The ATP is an intensive four-year course of study intended to prepare students for careers as professional actors and theatre artists. As the instructor for this course and the head of the Actor Training Program, Assistant Professor Robert Scott Smith acts as the producer and principal mentor for these projects, with the support of professional theatre artists and other faculty members in the Department of Theatre.

All Senior Project performances are free and open to the public. All performances will take place in the Babcock Theatre, located on the lower level of the Pioneer Memorial Theatre building on the U of U campus. For more information, email us at or call 801.581.6448.



Thursday April 28, 7:00pm - Lexie Thomsen and Nick Bianchi 


Friday April 29, 7:30pm – Alex Pullen, Marcello Say, Victoria Wolfe

This evening’s performances will run approximately seventy minutes total. There will be a short break between each piece.


Saturday April 30, 7:00 pm - Dylan Burningham  


Saturday April 30, 8:00 pm – Danny Borba


Saturday April 30, 9:30 pm - Connor Mamaux-Partridge


Sunday May 1, 6:00 pm - Max Villa, Ethan Hernandez, Amona Faatau