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Bachelor of Arts in Theatre Arts

The Theatre program at Seattle University offers a conservatory style experience within the framework of a broad based Jesuit liberal arts education. Students are thrown into an immersive theatre experience that encourages a larger exploration of what it means to make theatre in the world today. The Theatre program nurtures each student’s individual ambitions and strengths while delivering a comprehensive education in all areas of theatre including acting, design, directing, history and production. We offer major and minor degrees as well asdepartmental honors

Notable Alumni Include:

Faculty Info: Harmony Arnold, MFA, Jeffrey Bowen, DMA, William Braun, DMA, Amiya M. Brown, MFA, Erin Chung, DMA, Dominic CodyKramers, MFA, Leann Conley-Holcom, DMA, Sarah Curtis-Tilton, Ki Gottberg, MFA, Ross Hauck, MM, Roxy Hornbeck, MFA, PhD. candidate, Rosa Joshi, MFA, Tina Kouratachvili, Justin Kurys, DMA, Jasmine Mahmoud, PhD, Kevin Maifeld, MFA, Quinton Morris, DMA, Emily Olson, BFA, Lee Peterson, DMA, Rosie Sabaric, MEd, Byron Schenkman MA, Performance, Kate Wisniewski.

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