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Tarleton State University


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1333 W. Washington Street
Stephenville,TX 76401
254.968.9245
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Bachelor of Fine Arts in Theatre

The Theatre Program encourages creative thinking and the development of the multiple crafts of theatre through experiences in design, rehearsal, and performance. We strive to provide you with: Exposure to a wide variety of performance styles and historical periods Opportunities to improve self-discipline in preparation for a deadline-driven, production-oriented career A supportive environment in which you will be encouraged to try new things and learn from your failures. Unlike most Theatre programs, Tarleton gives all theatre majors the opportunity to begin their professional training during their first semester. This includes opportunities in: Acting Design Directing Musical Theatre Stage Management Technical Production Publicity, etc.

Notable Alumni Include:

Faculty Info: Dr. Iwao Asakura, Dr. J. Bradley Baker, Ms. Heather Chaney, Dr. Benjamin Charles, Dr. Teresa Davidian, Ms. Molly Dierks, Ms. Megan Ehrhart, Ms. Romelia Gonzales, Mr. Tim Harding, Dr. Heather Hawk, Mr. Mark Holtorf, Mr. Knut LSG Hybinette, Mr. Chris Ireland, Dr. Vicky Johnson, Ms. Prudence Jones, Ms. Lori LaRue, Ms. Sarah McGrath, Ms. Shayla Moose, Dr. Dmitry Perevertailenko, Dr. Floyd Richmond, Dr. Troy Robertson, Dr. David Robinson, Ms. Sally Simpson, Dr. Leslie Spotz, Ms. Carol Stavish, Dr. Andrew Stonerock, Dr. Brian Walker, Dr. Gary Westbrook, Cynthia Williams.

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PUFFS or: Seven Increasingly Eventful Years at a Certain School of Magic & Magic - the hit comedy currently running Off Broadway at New World Stages (340 West 50th Street) - celebrates its first ever global expansion with the announcement of the play's Australian premiere in Melborne this May.  In addition to this landmark debut, plans for a U.S. tour and a national broadcast, the PUFFS New York production will expand to seven shows a week this month.