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FIU Theatre guides students through the discovery of their unique artistic visions and helps them develop the skills to make them a reality. Through a rigorous course of study in the classroom and participation in a diverse mix of productions that address a variety of global perspectives, periods, and styles, students have the opportunity to explore acting, design and construction, play analysis and dramaturgy, history, directing, playwriting and stage management.

Notable Alumni Include:

Faculty Info: Joel Murray, Phillip Church, Rebecca Covey, Anthony Galaska, Christopher Goslin, Jennifer Ivey, Ivan Lopez, Daniel Mitan, Stephen Neal, Marina Pareja, Wayne E. Robinson, Jr., Lesley-Ann Timlick, Pioneer Winter, Michael Yawney.

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