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Salisbury University


Department of Theatre and Dance, Theatre Program
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1101 Camden Avenue
Salisbury,MD 21801
410.548.5588
admissions@salisbury.edu

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DEGREES OFFERED
Music major with tracks in:

Traditional

Instrumental Performance

Music Technology

Vocal Performance

Teacher Certification

Theatre major with tracks in:

Design and Production

Performance


The Department offers an undergraduate program leading to a Bachelor of Arts in Theatre that balances a broad liberal arts perspective with the specifics of professional training focused on either performance or design and production. Anchored in the classical tradition, the program examines theatre through aesthetic education and criticism, creative expressions, and historical and socio-cultural perspectives. Our theatres graduates are prepared for placement in professional theatres, graduate school, or related fields.

Notable Alumni Include:

Faculty Info: Louise Anderson, Colleen Clark, Linda Cockey, Danielle Cumming, William Folger, Lawrence Knier, Martha Mancuso, Sachi Murasugi, Jeffrey Schoyen, Eric Shuster, Jerry Tabor, John Wesley Wright.

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