Theatre Arts

Theatre Arts

We empower our students to function as creative, thoughtful and valuable members of their community and profession, on and off stage

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Why study Theatre Arts at Campbell?

The theatre arts program fosters creativity and collaboration through a critical thinking lens. Students establish a broad base of knowledge and experience by studying literature, acting, directing and more. They are also exposed to the technical side of productions with courses in stage lighting, costume design and set construction. The department presents four productions each year, providing the Campbell community with valuable cultural enrichment.

Opportunity to be part of up to four productions each year
Personalized instruction with Individual attention with class sizes that average less than 15 students
Broad exposure to theatre through classes in everything from acting to costume design

What can I do with a degree in Theatre Arts?

The analytical skills and knowledge gained through the study of theatre may lead to an exciting career in a wide variety of professions.

Acting

Directing

Casting

Teaching

Writing

Marketing

Set design

Stage management

Production

Costume design

Special effects

Sales

“The faculty were always giving me opportunities to grow and learn. I don’t know if I would have gotten that individual attention if I went to a bigger university, which was pivotal for me and the career that I have now.”

Bethany Anne Lind (’04)

Lind’s growing résumé includes roles in “Stranger Things,” “Walking Dead” and “Mean Girls 2” to name a few. Read her story →

Bethany Anne Lind
theater student preparing for performance

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Campbell University’s Fine Arts department offers a variety of public performances and events throughout the year.

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