Whether you’re looking to become the next Robert De Niro, want to test your skills in improvisational or stand-up comedy, or have a thirst for become a stagehand, The Masque Theater at La Salle has fun and exciting opportunities.
The Masque is La Salle’s student theater group with a staff of approximately 50 performers and tech personnel. Since the 1930s, The Masque has produced shows nearly every year, including many notable favorites like Macbeth, Guys and Dolls, and A Streetcar Named Desire. Today, the group produces two shows annually, one musical and one play. The group also has “improv” clubs and one-act plays throughout the year.
A member of the Theater Alliance of Greater Philadelphia, The Masque is an excellent way to be a part of something big and helps build relationships that can last a lifetime. From casting calls to the closing night productions in the Dan Rodden Theatre on campus, The Masque offers a rewarding creative outlet.
If you’re interested in belting out a showstopper, controlling lighting, or mapping out choreography, joining The Masque means joining a long tradition of wonderful student productions.