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Bachelor of Fine Arts in Musical Theatre

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In both our musical and contemporary theater programs, our focus is on preparation, collaboration, and exploration. By combining dynamic acting, voice, and movement training with an array of performance opportunities, students are empowered to grow and advance their art. Your talent will also be honed and your perspective broadened by experimenting with emerging technologies and mixed media art. Along the way, you’ll be supported by an energized community of exceptional educators, a diverse network of students, and distinguished alumni who are transforming the field.

Notable Alumni Include: Eddie Korbich, Bud Weber, Jack Noseworthy, Kurt Douglas, Adrianna Dougherty, Michelle Chasse, John Cardoza, Tim Bennett, Mike Mosallam, Josh Grisetti, MiMi Scardulla, Arnie Rodriguez, Zachary Jones, Marissa Rae Roberts, Danny Hutchins, Sara Gallo, Marchánt Davis

Faculty Info: Kate Amory, Joy Lamberton Arcolano, Marianna Bassham, Olivier Besson, Charles Vincent Burwell, J. Julian Christopher, Patsy Collins Bandes, Pascale Florestal, Igor Golyak, Jennie Israel, Angie Jepson, Theresa Lang, Valerie Madden, C. Robin Marcotte, Paul Masters, C. Neil Parsons, Ashleigh Reade, Alli Ross, Alyssa Schmidt, Cassie M. Seinuk, David Valdes, Christopher James Webb, Summer Williams, Elizabeth Wong

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