The Bachelor of Arts in theatre is a comprehensive degree with an emphasis in performance. Students gain academic knowledge and develop analytical skills from the critical study of classical and contemporary plays. Students develop their art while learning the crafts of directing, dramatic writing, and acting for the stage with opportunities to perform in student produced films. Practical experience is gained through active participation in theatrical productions, master classes, and internships.  Students may earn a Bachelor of Arts degree or a minor in theatre.



Dr. Kaye Celeste Evans

Kaye Celeste Evans, Ph.D.

Associate Professor
Department of Humanities, Theatre Program

George Jack

George Jack

Associate Professor, Department of Humanities

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