Why Major in Theatre at RSC?
*RSC produces four shows every year
*Students have the opportunity to work alongside professional guest artists
*High level of opportunities to participate in productions allows students to get more exposure to theatre than they would at larger institutions
*Students have the opportunity to gain hands-on experience in the area of theatre that interests them: scene painting, set building, singing, acting, publicity, playwriting, stage managing, dramaturgy, etc.
*The collaborative nature of producing each show reinforces skills in organization, teamwork, leadership, and responsibility
*Faculty and staff work closely with students in all aspects of the discipline
*Students are encouraged to pursue a variety of internships in professional theatre
Classes offered include:
Acting I and II
Voice and Diction
*Click here to view a full list of program requirements.*
What benefits does majoring in theatre have in the community?
Theatre students study how to present themselves clearly and expressively.
Theatre students learn how to work effectively with other people.
Theatre students learn how to budget their time wisely and see a project through from start to finish.
Theatre students develop their empathy skills and learn how to see other peoples’ points of view.
Theatre students learn how to lead and how to follow.