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Theatre Arts Majors and Minors


All majors will serve as Production Stage Manager and head each of the following crews: costumes, dramaturgy, lights, makeup, props, sets, sound and theatre management.

  1. All majors are required to attend regularly scheduled Theatre Assembly meetings, all theatre productions and studios, and at least one audition per academic year.
  2. All majors are required to keep a portfolio of their work, to be reviewed annually after students have earned 30 credits.
  3. Courses required for the Theatre Arts majors are regularly offered on a rotating basis, normally within a two-year cycle. Students are urged to consult the Department of Theatre Arts website for information regarding this sequence, so that requirements may be fulfilled within the normal pattern.
  4. Theatre Arts majors and Theatre Education majors are required to maintain at least a 2.75 GPA in their theatre courses.

Bachelor of Arts


  • “It takes a lot of daring, defiance, and compassion to be vulnerable onstage, to put yourself into the hands of a live audience. Theatre taught me how to work with people, how to trust myself, and, more importantly, how to be brave wherever I go.”
    Mikayla Mrochek, 2018