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The theatre curriculum is designed to expose students to various aspects of theatre, including theatre history, dramatic literature and the crafts of acting, directing and design/technology. The program is designed for transfer to a four-year institution and/or acceptance into acting programs and institutions devoted to the advancement of specific theatre skills. Students interested in a concentration in theatre should complete the General Studies in Fine Arts and Humanities program of study and complete the courses listed below in consultation with an adviser.

Material on this page reflects the most recent college catalog. The college reserves the right to make changes in catalog information when necessary and to correct errors.


THEA 1000 - Introduction to Theater
THEA 1100 - Beginning Acting
THEA 2000 - Theatre Production
THEA 2010 - Dramatic Literature I
THEA 2020 - Dramatic Literature II
THEA 2100 - Acting II
THEA 2160 - Introduction to Stage Make-Up
THEA 2220 - Stagecraft
CO/M 1010 - Public Speaking
CO/M 1030 - Interpersonal Communication
English Literature Elective (World Drama or Contemporary
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