Overview.

The Department of Theatre Arts offers courses in Acting, Improvisation, Theatre History, Theatres of Diversity, Dance, Film, Screenwriting, and Studio Theatre Production. Theatre students learn how to act and interact freely and spontaneously, develop strong focus and concentration, work cooperatively with scene partners and in groups, and express themselves with clarity and confidence. Each semester students get the opportunity to act in a fully staged theatre production. 

All professions, whether in the arts or business sectors, benefit from a creative, imaginative, innovative, and articulate workforce. We can help you to acquire these skills in the Theatre Arts Department.

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Theatre Arts Careers

Careers directly and indirectly related to study of Theatre Arts:

  • Acting – film, T.V., theatre, voice-over, print, modeling, commercials
  • Dancing – classical, jazz, modern
  • Directing – theatre, film, T.V., commercials
  • Writing – film , theatre, T.V., commercials
  • Teaching – elementary to college level and training conservatories
  • Stage Management – theatre (transferable skills to film and T.V.)
  • Costume and Garment Design
  • Set Design
  • Lighting Design
  • Sound Design
  • Architecture / location design and planning
  • Theatre Management – creative management skills
  • Managing Director – creative and financial background
  •  Publicity Director
     

Tools & Resources

Resources To Support + Strengthen Your Studies

Contact

Colleen Calderon

Dean, Social Science, Humanities, Arts & Physical Education

MS3 Building, SA-246​

Bianca Lopez​

Sr. Administrative Assistant​