- Small class sizes
- A 700-seat-capacity auditorium for performances
- Both performing and behind-the-scenes opportunities
- Ability to tailor study and practicum experiences to your long-term ambitions
- A $6.2 million, 41,000-square-foot fine arts facility for learning, practicing, and performing
- Production seasons designed for proficiency in musical theatre, modern drama, and the classics
Gain real-life experience – all before your graduate.
Obtain work experience and make informed career choices through supervised internships of a semester or more in length.
All Theatre students are encouraged to participate in on-campus productions as actors, directors, designers, stage technicians, and playwrights.
- Stage Manager
|Thea||190||Introduction to Theatre (3)|
|Art||Two approved art courses (6)|
|Mus||Two approved music courses (6)|
|Comm||201||Oral Interpretation of Literature (3)|
|Thea||201/202||Drama Performance/Theatre Practice (4)|
|Thea||303||Stagecraft & Lighting (4)|
Choose one of the following three
|Appreciation of Drama (3)
Development of American Drama (3)
Total Semester Credits Required: 38