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Seattle Pacific University


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3307 Third Avenue West, Suite 310
Seattle,WA 98119-1997
206.281.2005
admissions@spu.edu

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Bachelor of Arts in Theatre

Bachelor of Arts in Theatre: Performance

Bachelor of Arts in Theatre: Production

Bachelor of Arts in Theatre: Education

Bachelor of Arts in Costume Design and Production


The Theatre Department offers an extensive performance schedule divided among Mainstage, Studio, and Backstage productions. You, the students — both majors and nonmajors — make up the casts for these productions, and you are also involved in directing, set and costume design, lighting, stage management, and promotion and publicity. Your study of theatre at Seattle Pacific will expose you to a broad cross-section of dramatic literature, theory, and historical perspective. You will develop an informed perspective of the role of theatre as a social, spiritual, and artistic institution.

Notable Alumni Include:

Faculty Info: Chérie Hughes, Richard Lorig, Andrew Ryder, George Scranton, Candace Vance, Don Yanik.

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