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Bachelor of Arts in Theatre

The theatre major curriculum provides an introduction to all aspects of theatre: the literature of the drama, theatre history, acting, directing, set design and management. The major blends the curricular program with the co-curricular Theatre Laboratory labor program, the capstone Senior Theatre Project, and instruction from theatre faculty and guest artists.The Theatre Laboratory is the play production organization that supports a full season of plays each academic year, as well as individual student projects and original works.

Notable Alumni Include: Chris Thomas Hayes

Faculty Info: Prof. Adanma Onyedike Barton, MFA* Dr. Gordon Gray Dr. Deborah Martin Prof. Ami Shupe, MFA* Shawn Bruce, BA Prof. Lexi Bass, MFA|EDA Prof. Daniel Chapman

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