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Visual and Performing Arts Department - Theatre Arts
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Springfield,MA 01109-3797
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Minor in Theatre Arts

If you have a dream to act, direct, design or specialize in technical theater or creative dramatics, this is the minor for you. You'll have the opportunity to work and play with others in the collaborative challenge of creating a live theatrical event, and receive a general overview and specific training in the theory and practice of theater. Each semester, you'll take part in the excitement of main-stage performances of major productions under the guidance of an outstanding faculty of theater professionals. This minor also allows you to implement your personal interests in the theater, encouraging active participation, critical thinking, and leadership in production experiences.

Notable Alumni Include:

Faculty Info: Simone Alter-Muri, Christopher Gagne, Mary Ellen Hluska, Harold InDelicato, Alexandra Ludwig, Kellie Murphy, Jessica Poser, Martin Shell, Ruth West, Sarah Zehnder.

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