Brevard’s Theatre program offers a hands-on, experiential approach to learning production, acting, writing, stage design, and lighting. This comprehensive approach builds a foundation for students to discover their passion and direction, then nurture it through personalized artistic training. Students will perform and rehearse in the nationally-recognized Porter Center for Performing Arts, network with guest artists, and present work at professional auditions and conferences.
What you’ll experience in the Theatre program:
- You’ll learn by doing. Faculty in the Theatre program use experiential learning strategies to personalize your artistic training. You’ll perform and rehearse in our nationally-recognized Porter Center for Performing Arts, network with guest artists, and present your work at professional auditions and conferences.
- You’ll gain marketable skills. Here, you will learn to synthesize your hands-on experiences into practical and marketable skills. Through strategic training, you will discover how to translate your academic interests and goals into internships, service projects, and even career opportunities.
- You’ll gain teachers and mentors with the Theatre faculty. You’ll work closely with highly experienced faculty throughout your four years of study. The faculty offer extensive real-world experience in acting, directing, theatrical design, and production, and provide the flexibility and support you need to specialize and define your artistic goals.
Majors, Minors, and Concentrations:
Theatre majors receive a Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Theatre with the option to add Teacher Licensure. A Minor in Theatre is also available.
Graduates from the Theatre program are:
- Attending graduate school
- Working in professional theatre productions
- Writing and producing theatrical performances
Theatre Department Faculty:
WATERFALL TO STUDENT RATIO
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Brevard College, One Brevard College Drive, Brevard, NC 28712 | 1-828-884-8332
This institution is an equal opportunity provider.