Learning Outcomes

Students will develop a strong foundation in the skills needed to be proficient in theater arts, whether it is as an actor/performer, or as a person involved in stage management, theater administration or technical theater.

Students will demonstrate performance skills as actors in live drama and musical works from a wide array of dramatic literature by participating in the acting, or rehearsal and performance classes, and by participating in productions as a member of the SUNY Broome Players.

Students will expand their historic, empathetic and artistic horizons by examining the work of the major playwrights and artists involved in theater and dramatic literature.

Students will incorporate a commitment to theater as a Liberal Art that helps to cultivate cultural, moral, civic, and social sensibilities for a fuller participation in the world at large.

Students will build a strong foundation in the computer technologies associated with the entertainment industry including those technologies that will become more utilized in the burgeoning world of the internet.

The study and practice of theater for students from any discipline advances the valuable assets of confidence, creativity and communication skills.