The Northwestern Student Theatre Coalition, or StuCo for short, is a collective of nine student theatre groups and two dance groups, each with its own executive board and mainstage performance series. StuCo exists to provide organizational support for the common practices of the student theatre community at Northwestern, including general auditions for shows, space allocation, and acquisition and maintenance of shared equipment (such as the StuCo lighting consoles and sound system).
Events and issues affecting all of StuCo are addressed by the StuCo Executive Heads as headed by the StuCo Co-Chairs.
- Each of the twelve StuCo Member Boards is listed below - you can learn about the history of the individual Member Boards and their upcoming seasons on each Board's page. Additionally, most StuCo shows (past, present, and future) maintain individual pages detailing their casts and production teams - these are accessible from the Member Boards' pages or via the search box to the left.
- Information about technical theatre resources is listed below by design category; groundplans and useful information on individual venues are listed below as well.
- All interested students are encouraged to sign up for both of the StuCo Listservs. TWIST is a weekly information newsletter with information about future shows, events and production team vacancies. The Technical Theatre Listserv is a communal communication forum where technical theatre students may share information and those seeking technicians can advertise their needs. Additional ways of keeping up to date of StuCo happenings are listed below.
- You can see the FAQs for answers to specific questions about StuCo.
The StuCo Wiki is the repository of information relating to all StuCo projects. If you are producing for a board, please contact that board for their official username and password. All other members of the Northwestern community are invited to edit and contribute to the wiki as well! Editors are required to Log In or Create an Account before making changes. After creating your account, you must email with your username, and you will soon be authorized to make edits.
Please read the Quick Start Guide for useful formatting tips specific to the StuCo Wiki. Information about Wiki formatting and syntax (i.e. adding images, tables, etc) can be found on the General Help Page. If you have questions about acceptable content or personalized pages, please see the Personal Page Policy. Further questions about the Wiki can be directed to the StuCo Equipment Manager at .