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Borough of Manhattan Community College (CUNY)


Department of Speech, Communications, & Theatre Arts, Theatre Program
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New York,NY 10007
212.220.8090
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Associate in Science in Theatre

The Theatre program provides students with a broad selection of courses ranging from history and criticism to a variety of performance workshops. Courses include acting, technical theatre, and theatre history. Theatre students produce a play, taking it from page through final production. Internships are available with the Tribeca Performing Arts Center and other New York theaters.

Notable Alumni Include:

Faculty Info: Tzu-Wen Cheng, Felecia Harrelson, Benjamin Powell, Karl o'brian Williams, Naseer Alomari, Kenneth Antrobus, Gillian Bonanno, Mila Brisbon, Charles Burks, Elizabeth Chaney, Rebecca Collier, Virginiya DiDonato, Janet Douglas-Pryce, Diane Dowling, Bertha Ferdman, Hollis Glaser, Benjamin Haas, Antoine Hardy, Felecia Harrelson, Helen Huff, Christopher Jackson, Mark Janis, Katherine Kavanagh, Lori Kee, Eva Kolbusz-kijne, Christopher Moss, Leopold Murphy, Anthony Naaeke, Judy Noble, Joel Oramas, Duane Pagano, Alkis Papoutsis, Benjamin Powell, Susana Powell, Lee Ritchey, Kerry Ruff, Suzanne Schick, Jill Strauss, Scott Tulloch, Jose Ventura, Brianne Waychoff, Elizabeth Whitney, Karl o'brian Williams, Naida Zukic, Ilana Abramovitch, Demi Agapitos, Alana Barrett-Adkins, Aron Bederson, James Caldwell, Paul Cameron, John Capo, Alexander Carney, Georgette Clay, Andrew Cohen, Rosalind Conway, Michael Cramer, Namibia Donadio Mejia, Christopher Donovan, Victor Ehue, Angela Elbanna, Jane Elliott, David Emanuel, Alvin Eng, Peter Ferraiolo, Tessa Flannery, Danielle Forbes, Mary Gallagher, Catrina Ganey, Anne Garber, Daniel Gilmore, Gregg Gordon, David Gutmann, Lisa Haas, Tariq Hamami, Joseph Heissan, Bethany Hines, Thomas Hodges, Joseph Hutcheson, Will Hutchison, Carol Johnson, Jonathan Jones, Ashwini Kadave, Paulanne Kohn, Chelsea Lockie, Jonathan Maldonado, Norma Medina, David Meirowitch, Michael Morrison, Karim Muasher, Christina Neubrand, Angela Polite, David Quinones-colon, Anjeanette Ridley, Carline Romain, Jessica Schechter, Joanne Schultz, Jennifer Seary, Valerie Small, Golda Solomon, Elizabeth Spackman, Darcy Sternberg, Michelle Tailor, Claudia Terry, Karlene Thompson, Kenneth Urso, Yolonde Van Putten, Nicholas Westemeyer, Keith Winsted, Frank Zagottis

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