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Program at a Glance

Program
Master
College(s)
College of Arts and Humanities
Department(s)
Theatre
$369.65 per credit hour
$1,194.05 per credit hour

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We are not accepting applications for Fall 2021. Our next recruitment cycle begins in Spring 2022 for Fall 2022 admission.

The Master of Fine Arts in Theatre offers an Acting track designed for students who demonstrate the artistic and intellectual capacity and evidence of professional promise to pursue careers in professional and academic theatre.

The program is a highly selective, rigorous, three-year professional training program emphasizing both theatre theory and practice. The MFA degree is rooted in the belief that classroom study and practical experience in the theatre are of equal and complementary value. The production program, therefore, is integrated into the curriculum because it is the principal means available for the coordination of all the elements of dramatic art. We seek to pursue all possible ways to use the production program effectively for the purpose of teaching and training.

Students, in addition to becoming highly trained theatre practitioners, must also demonstrate the ability to understand the conceptual basis of their art and to be able to articulate that understanding to others. Toward this end, the department will recruit and develop graduate students who can serve, along with faculty and staff, as role models for undergraduate students whose BA and BFA programs of study are integrally connected and dependent.

Application Deadlines

Fall
March 1
Fall
January 15

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