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Colorado Mesa University


Department of Theatre Arts
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1100 North Avenue
Grand Junction,CO 81501
970.248.1233
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DEGREES OFFERED
Bachelor of Fine Arts in Acting/Directing

Bachelor of Fine Arts in Music Theatre

Bachelor of Fine Arts in Theatre: Design/Technical Production

Bachelor of Fine Arts in Dance

Bachelor of Arts General Theatre


In the Department of Theatre Arts at Colorado Mesa University, you won't get lost in the shuffle. With around 130 majors, the department is large enough to produce an intensive performance schedule consisting of nearly 30 offerings per year, yet small enough for faculty members to devote their energies to the development of each student. We offer Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Fine Arts degrees in Dance and Theatre. Several concentrations are available, including a BFA in Acting/Directing, Dance, and Music Theatre, and a BA in Design/Technology and General Theatre. Minors in Theatre, Dance, and Speech are also available.

Notable Alumni Include:

Faculty Info: Scott Andrews, Amanda Benzin, Holly Buglewicz, Paula Casey, DeArtha Chambers, Jeremy R. Franklin, Nicole Grider, Jeanine A. Howe, Mo LaMee, Michael Legate, Michael Moran, Timothy D. Pinnow, Benjamin Reigel, Matthew Schlief, Jill Van Brussel, James Wallace.

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