Theatre Management, BS

As a Theatre Management student, you will practice your craft in community with talented faculty, staff, and other students in an environment that encourages you to consider their vocation as a service in God’s communication. Through a strong foundation in the liberal arts emphasizing critical thinking, effective communication, and scholarly research, you are provided with real-world marketable skills and excellent preparation for graduate studies. To give depth to your creative experience, the program offers year-round opportunities for you to perform, design, direct, and manage, mentored by faculty and other local professionals.

Degree Requirements

Program Learning Outcomes

As a graduate of the Theatre Management program, you will:

  • analyze a script, as well as synthesize the analysis into artistic expression, describing how theatre can reflect, promote and challenge its cultural context
  • Articulate your personal beliefs, values, attitudes, and abilities in theatre in relation to the Christian story and service in God’s world, and
  • Understand how to effectively community the “language of business” and best practices in human resource management while applying business and management skills to the creative process through practical experience on a production management team.

Careers

Theatre Manager, Professional Stage Manager, Artistic Director