Graduate with an array of skills that employers—both inside and outside the arts—demand and that are essential for our knowledge economy that values collaboration, creative problem solving, communication skills, and flexibility.
Theatre doesn’t only teach you about theatre—how to read a script, hang lights, or stage manage a production—it also gives you transferable skills that prepare you for careers in a number of fields. For example, an acting class not only teaches you how to win every time you play charades, it also teaches you how to listen actively and effectively, to improvise in social situations, to perform in front of an audience (whether in a theatre, a meeting room, or a sale pitch), and to place yourself in another person's shoes empathizing with people whose situations are different from your own.
Theatre students typically pursue careers in the creative and performing arts and in education, although many of our students also find satisfying work in diverse fields, including criminal justice, health care, and business.
Join us from Mar 9-19 for a contemporary retelling of this classic Greek tragedy, in which the king of Thebes tangles with Dionysus, the god of wine and ecstasy.Buy your tickets