The CRLT Players Theatre Program uses a diverse array of performance arts to spark dialogue among faculty, graduate students, and academic administrators on issues of multicultural teaching and learning and institutional climate. The repertoire of traditional and interactive theatre is built on a strong foundation of research, and stories are told with a mix of comedy and drama designed to portray the complexities and challenges of academe and to prompt reflection rather than defensiveness among audience members.
The CRLT Players perform regularly at U-M campus-wide events as well as for discipline-specific workshops. In addition, the Players have become a national resource, performing at campuses and conferences around the country.
The CRLT Theatre Program won the 2006 TIAA-CREF Theodore
M. Hesburgh Certificate of Excellence.
• Read about the CRLT Players in Change Magazine