The Theatre major earns a B.A. degree. A minor in Theatre is also available to students.
Program and Course Information
- Theatre Section (page 15) under The School of Arts and Letters in the University Catalog [PDF]
- Undergraduate Course Descriptions in the University Catalog [PDF]
Theatre majors, theatre minors, and students who participate extra-curricularly take an active role in the Lenoir-Rhyne Playmakers' production season. Students are vital contributors in all aspects of production - performance, technology, design, direction, and management.
Students also explore theatre though course work; involvement with community, educational, and professional theater events; the North Carolina Theatre Conference; and the Southeastern Theatre Conference.
Venue that houses two of our four mainstage productions.
The Belk Centrum stage is a modified thrust utilized for
performances demanding an intimate space.
Venue that houses larger productions and musicals.
This 1450 seat proscenium also hosts a variety of
professional and traveling performances and shows