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For 450 years, theatre has been a fundamental component of Jesuit education. Educating the “whole artist” is the driving force for our program where students are trained in acting, design, and technical skills. We produce three faculty directed shows a year in addition to two (and frequently more!) student directed projects. Our students are empowered and encouraged to take the reins of many academic and professional projects throughout the year. Any student involved in this program experiences the rich, collaborative and joyous nature of theatre art. We hope you will join us.
Lillian Hellman’s 1930’s American drama set in an all girls boarding school run by Karen Wright and Martha Dobie. Their trouble student, Mary Tilford, starts a string of rumors about the two school teachers that carries on to ruin the teachers’ careers and lives.
Our majors have the opportunity to double major in other disciplines such as English literature, peace and global studies, creative writing, political science and many others. Community outreach is emphasized through an Applied Theatre class, allowing our students to interact with, inspire and educate our neighbors. Students are consistently encouraged to hone their craft beyond the Heights, with opportunities to study, train, perform and travel abroad with programs in Italy, Ireland, and more.
Since Le Moyne's founding in 1946, students from all majors have been welcomed to participate in a myriad of theatrical productions ranging from comedies, dramas and musicals to mysteries, tragedies and beyond. Each year, we produce three main stage, faculty-run productions in the W. Carroll Coyne Center for the Performing Arts (home to a dance studio, a carpenter’s shop, classrooms and music practice rooms) and three, student-driven productions in our genuine black box theatre.
Professor Matt Chiorini's play "Orson Welles/Shylock" was staged in Venice.
I love to perform and to sing.
The hands-on energy and family-feel of the PAC is something I truly treasured when I was at Le Moyne
The skills and abilities developed through a major in Theatre serve as the building blocks for a wide range of career paths. The activities represented by the following job titles might be found in business, government, educational institutions, non-profit agencies or arts-related businesses. These job titles are some of the numerous ways theatre majors have applied their skills and abilities:
Theatre Arts (B.A.)
Number of dual Theatre Arts options, including:
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