Reinhardt University offers a
Bachelor of Arts in Theatre through the School of Arts and Humanities. This degree seeks to produce graduates that have the interpretive, interpersonal, expressive, and communicative skills to succeed in the field of theatre and performing arts. The Theatre Studies degree prepares students for graduate work as well as a variety of careers in theatre.
Are You Ready To...
• Write and direct your own play
• Build and strike (take down)
• Analyze scripts to really get to
know the character you're playing
• Spend a long time in rehearsals
• Think creatively and independently
• Collaborate with others
It Helps To Be...
• Able to manage time well
• Proficient in dictation
Theatre is a competitive field where you will be constantly challenged. You may have to learn new skills for some roles. Long, irregular hours are common for most, though there are part-time and full-time positions in the field.
• All aspects of theatre production - acting, directing, technical design, and literary analysis
• History of performance art
• Set design
• Script writing
American Association of Community Theatre
League of American Theatres and Producers
United Stage of America
Actors Equity Association
Screen Actors Guild
What Can I Do with A Degree in Theatre Arts?
|Theatre is an artistic expression in which actors and actresses
perform in front of a live audience. But Theatre majors do more
than just act on stage - your college experience will involve productions, of course, but your role in those productions will vary widely. Theatre majors get experience in stage management, directing, stage lighting, costuming, set design, and script writing. Students will be prepared for careers requiring people with the ability to write and speak, to think creatively and independently, to understand the great complexities of the human
condition, and to collaborate with others on a group project.
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Entertainment Law Firms
Event Production Companies
Nonprofit Arts Organizations
• Develop a theatre resume
• Get headshots
• Gain as much performance experience as possible
• Particpate in acting workshops/seminars/courses to continue
training and make contacts
Theatre Program Coordinator
Dr. Kevin Crawford
Associate Professor of English and Theatre
For more information
Peggy Collins Feehery
Director of Career and Professional Development Services
Hasty Student Life Center, Room 301
Office: (770) 720-5548
Fax: (770) 720-9105
Career Services Office Hours
Monday - Friday
8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
The Office of Career Services recognizes the need for confidentiality so an individual feels free to explore concerns, formulate plans, make decisions and initiate appropriate actions. All concerns expressed to the Career Consultant shall remain confidential.