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Bachelor of Arts in Theatre

This rigorous liberal arts degree program provides you with a grounding in theater within an interdisciplinary arts program. You'll explore theater practice and scholarship through innovative approaches, including media and global perspectives, with an emphasis on civic engagement and social justice. The curriculum combines performance and production opportunities with seminars in theater history, theory, and dramatic literature. As a student at Lang, you can study acting, directing, and playwriting from the classics to contemporary and experimental innovations in theater.

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Faculty Info: Zishan Ugurlu, Cecilia Rubino, Zishan Ugurlu

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