Socially conscious, globally aware.
The BA major in theatre and performance gives you a world-class liberal arts education in the theatre, so you graduate prepared for stimulating internships, graduate studies, or further professional training in the United States and beyond.
From traditional theatre to cutting-edge interdisciplinary work, the theatre and performance major encourages creativity, intellectual curiosity, social engagement, and critical thinking through an enriching degree program. The core requirements combine scholarship and practice to provide students with a strong foundation in theatre history and dramatic literature, with mandatory stagecraft/production courses. Course offerings range from fundamentals of acting to playwriting and screenwriting to directing, with opportunities to explore digital media projections and nontraditional performance practices.
Theatre and performance majors are encouraged to expand the scope of their education further by studying abroad, as well as pursuing courses in other programs of study, such as art history, art and design, arts management, new media, sociology, anthropology, media, society, and the arts, cinema studies, gender studies, Asian studies, global black studies, Latin American studies, and literature.
His latest role is in an episode of CBS’s Blue Bloods.
“The Live Performance and Interactive Media” summer workshop is organized by Professor of Acting David Bassuk.
Routledge publishes new book by Jordan Schildcrout, Associate Professor of Theatre & Performance
Current theatre and performance major Leah Bickley ’22 started a nonprofit with her family to create PPE and help underrepresented voices in STEAMD.