The Theatre program is worth exploring if you seek to build a creative, fulfilling career in fields ranging from acting, directing, and theatre production to academia, advertising, television, and film. With a curriculum that combines a strong theoretical foundation with extensive experience-based learning opportunities, Flagler's theatre arts students gain skill in performance, stage technology, scene design, writing, and directing, as well as a thorough grounding in the history and literature of theatre.
In addition to course work, Flagler theatre students also discover many opportunities to participate in departmental, community, and professional performances that are held in Flagler's 800-seat auditorium. Graduates go on to pursue successful careers in acting, directing, designing, and/or technical theatre.
A theatre arts major consists of a minimum of 56 semester hours, and must include:
A theatre arts major must take THA 177 and/or THA 277 five times before the major is complete, and a minimum of 7 credits from Theatre electives.
A theatre arts minor is accomplished by a student earning a minimum of 26 hours, including:
and two electives from the following list of electives:
In addition, a Theatre Arts minor must take: