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Miss Bennet: Christmas at Pemberley: 12/2 - 12/10

A Lie of the Mind: 2/5 - 2/9
[title of show]: 2/28 - 3/6
All My Sons: 11/16 - 11/21
A Flea in Her Ear (Ives): 11/13 - 11/20
The Little Foxes: 2/26 - 3/5

Utah State University

Department of Theatre Arts
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Logan,UT 84322-1400

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Bachelor of Arts in Theatre

Bachelor of Fine Arts in Acting

Bachelor of Fine Arts in Design & Technology

Bachelor of Fine Arts in Theatre Arts Education

Bachelor of Fine Arts in Applied Theatre

Master of Fine Arts in Theatre Arts

The Department of Theatre Arts supports the missions of Utah State University and the Caine College of the Arts by cultivating artistic and academic excellence, by contributing to the cultural enrichment of the university and surrounding communities through live theatre production and by fostering respect for the arts through advocacy and professionalism. We assist undergraduate and graduate theatre students in acquiring and developing the tools they need in order to succeed in their future pursuits by: Giving them a foundation based on a broad theoretical and working knowledge of the theatre. Providing advanced training in their chosen area of concentration. Offering performance and production activities that provide students with practical experience in their chosen field while challenging them to engage in a complex and diverse world.

Notable Alumni Include:

Faculty Info: Leslie Brott, Richie Call, Amanda Dawson, Bruce Duerden, Corey Ewan, Shawn Fisher, Dennis Hassan, Nancy Hills, Brent Innes, Matt Koenig, Paul Mitri, Adrianne Moore, Matt Omasta, Lydia Semler, Michael Shipley, Kelly Simons, Jason Spelbring, Stephanie R. White.

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