Grounded in more than 2000 years of traditions and driven by new visions and technology, the USCA Theatre Program is dedicated to giving students a comprehensive theatre education. Students explore all areas of theatre, both on and off stage.
A professionally active faculty, strong classes, internships, and a cutting-edge production program all help to prepare students for the theatre of the 21st century. The USCA Theatre Program enriches the cultural life of the community through the presentation of a variety of theatrical productions. Various acting styles, design theories, and new technologies are studied in the class room and applied to the department’s productions.
USCA is an institutional member of the South Carolina Theatre Associate, the Southeastern Theatre Conference, the Associate of Theatre in Higher Education, and an active participant in the Kennedy Center/American College Theatre Festival.
Theatre Minor Requirements
|THEA A151 - Fundamentals of Theatrical Production||3|
|THEA A170 - Beginning Acting||3|
Coursework at the 200-level or above in at least two of the following areas: Theatre Performance, Design/Technical Theatre, Theatre History, Directing/Management
Total Hours Required