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Hillsdale,MI 49242
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Bachelor of Arts in Theater

The theatre major provides students the opportunity to study speech and acting skills, literature, dance, and visual arts, and further develops proficiency with lighting, recorded sound, mechanics, and electronics communications media. Hillsdale’s theatre curriculum challenges students to mature as artists and scholars. Students can develop their interests in various aspects of theatre, developing as historians, actors, directors, designers, and more.

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