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Theatre

Department of Theatre

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At BSC, our theatre professors know that production skills are best learned through active participation in the classroom and on the stage. We place equal importance on learning and doing, and our students are well prepared for graduate work and for careers in professional and educational theatre – or for whatever path they choose. As well as nationally-recognized performers, we regularly have theatre majors go on to become doctors, lawyers, arts administrators, educators, and more.

Here’s what makes theatre special at BSC:

  • Our department is a small community of students and professors in love with what they are doing. They’ll help you find your passion, discover what you love to do, and develop your skills to their greatest potential.

  • We complete four major productions each year and six to ten student-led productions. That means you’ll get plenty of opportunities to learn the entire process hands-on, including acting, set and lighting design, costumes, choreography, company management, and playwriting.

  • Theatre students are active in productions throughout their four years at BSC; freshmen are encouraged to get involved as soon as they arrive on campus.

  • Our unique January E-Term gives you four weeks to work on a theatre project, take an audition class, write a play, or explore something else that interests you.

  • We offer a BA in theatre arts and a BA in musical theatre. Classes are provided for students interested in a career in the performing arts and for those approaching theatre with a more general interest.

For more information, including a course listing, see the BSC College Catalog.

To contact the BSC Department of Theatre, please write or email:

Department Chair: Dr. Alan Litsey
Department of Theatre
Birmingham-Southern College
900 Arkadelphia Road / Box 549026
Birmingham, Alabama 35254-9021
 alitsey@bsc.edu

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