Bachelor of Fine Arts – Dramatic Arts (Technical/Design)
You are introduced to all areas of theatre production and design including costumes, makeup, scenery, properties, lighting, sound, and stage management.
Through intensive hands-on experiences, you develop advanced practical skills in at least two technical areas. Our immersive approach prepares you for the ever-changing world of theatre, whether you want to work with distinguished theatre companies or initiate your own artistic plans.
As a senior student you assume major technical or design responsibilities in Mainstage and TheatreXtra productions. A thriving arts culture across campus and in the community provides further opportunities to expand skills, demonstrate leadership, and build connections.
Facilities & Spaces
- University Theatre, 450-seat with proscenium arch
- David Spinks Theatre, flexible black box
- Rehearsal studios
- Scene shop for set construction
- Properties shop for props design and construction
- Costume shop and costume lab
- Design Studio
“I was attracted to the U of L because it was the only university that combined theatre production and design. I have been well supported during my studies, able to ask any professor or staff member for help, whether it's a personal project or something school related. I’ve met professors who actually care and want to see their students succeed, which is fantastic.”
- Raili Boe • BFA – Dramatic Arts (Technical/Design)
The Post-Diploma Bachelor of Fine Arts (Dramatic Arts) offers a perfect opportunity to immerse yourself in Drama. Students with approved 2-year diplomas complete a minimum of 20 courses, including a minimum of 12 in Drama. Students with approved 3-year diplomas complete a minimum of 15 courses including a minimum of 8 in Drama. The diploma is recognized as a block of transfer and each program is individually tailored based on the content of the diploma.
For more information contact Fine Arts Advising.
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