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Saratoga Springs,NY 12866
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Bachelor of Science in Theatre

Bachelor of Science in Theatre with concentration in Acting

Bachelor of Science in Theatre with concentration in Directing

Bachelor of Science in Theatre with concentration in Design and Technical Theatre


The Skidmore Theatre Department is a pre-professional program which offers students the opportunity to pursue the serious study of the theater arts within a liberal arts setting. Courses within the department afford training in the basic demands of the discipline — physical and vocal control, technique in acting and directing, technical and design skills — as well as the opportunity for advanced study, practical production experience, study abroad, and off-campus internships. The college liberal arts requirements help the student to understand the moral, intellectual, and political context in which any artist practices.

Notable Alumni Include: Noel Allain, Catie Baumer, Michael Baldwin, Melissa Baroni, Carolina Barcos, Lake Bell, Ron Berglas, Sherie Berk, Serena Bobowski, Jon Bernthal, Jason Bowen, Ryan Bronz, Anni Bruno, Jason C. Brown, Eddie Cahill, Christine DeZinno Bruno, Finn Carter, William Sands Caleo, Victoria Chamberlin, Lisa Cartmell, Gardiner Comfort, Clayton Dowty, . Orion Delwaterman, Yehuda Duenas, Lindsey Drew, Jamie Effros, Ryan Dunn, Tim Fannon, Rachael Ernst, Justin Fayne, Nicola Fordwood, Ebba-Marie Gendron, Floryn Glass, Alex Goldberg, Tonia Georgakopoulou/Tonia Ralli, Holter Graham, Katie Gould, Shira Gregory, Maia Guest, Roxanne Hart, Matt Haynes, Jesse Hawley, Kim Helms, Casey Keeler, Valerie Issembert, Susan Kessler, Ian Kahn, Raul Julia Jr., Matt Kalman, Sari Kamin, Vincent Lamberti, Curt Kaplan, Eliza Lay, Rya Kihlstedt, Cheryl Leibert, Joe Leone, Christian Libonati, Adam Lerman, Michael McCartney, Amanda Maddock, Emily McNamara, Celia Montgomery, Beth Manspeizer, Keira Naughton, Kendra Munger, Angela Nevard, Matt Neely, Ian Roettger, Geoffrey Pomeroy, Jed Resnick, Bones Rodriguez, Doug Seldin, Daniel Sauli, John Sloan, Michael Smith, Sarah Stevens, Sylvia Stoner, Rena Strober, Ahna Tessler, Scott Sweatt, Kelly Van Zile, Maryann Urbano, Adam Wald, Alison Wachtler, Todd Waring, Jonathan Whitton, Liz Wisan, Jamie Widdoes, Reema Zaman, David Birch, Mike Zegan, Ashley Pelton, Sarah Jane Nelson, Courtney Pelton, Ariana Richards.

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