Bachelor of Arts


Academic Department

The Drama Program provides students with a dynamic, participatory adventure into the world of theatre while remaining firmly rooted in a broad liberal arts foundation. We provide students with extraordinary performance opportunities while they develop an extensive background in dramatic thought and theory. Students completing the program will be prepared to enter the professional theatre, graduate theatre programs and a wide variety of non–theatre professions that seek out vibrant, educated, ethical, articulate people. All senior drama majors are required to present a capstone performance/technical project, to develop a portfolio and resume, and to score at least 75 percent on an objective examination.

In addition to course offerings, the Drama Program maintains an active production schedule. A sample of plays produced in the past includes The Importance of Being Earnest, The Devil’s Disciple, Guys & Dolls, Hamlet, As You Like It, Hay Fever, The Boy Friend, Pinocchio, The Bald Soprano, The Collection, Wait Until Dark, The Fantasticks, Charlotte’s Web, The Cherry Orchard, Under Milkwood, Little Murders, Godspell, She Stoops to Conquer, Hotel Faux Pas, Little Mary Sunshine, You Can’t Take It With You, The Caretaker, The Good Doctor, Waiting for Godot, Gypsy, The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man–In–The–Moon Marigolds, The Servant of Two Masters, The Rimers of Eldritch, Dames at Sea, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Grease, aka, Pippin, The Glass Menagerie, The Diary of Anne Frank, Dancing At Laughnasa, Little Shop of Horrors, Noises Off, An Ideal Husband, Almost,Maine, Enchanted April ,The Crucible, the AMPERSAND Ten–Minute Play Festival , The Love Seat andPride and Prejudice.

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