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Drama And Theater Arts Schools

Drama and Theater Arts programs combine study in theatrical production with classroom learning in related subjects. Students take courses in acting, playwriting, directing, oral interpretation, theater history, dramatic literature, theory, criticism, and technical theater. Students who study in these programs develop a range of valuable skills, including problem solving, communication, analysis, group dynamics, and organizational skills. They are also exposed to issues such as foundations knowledge, and dramatic analysis, as well as skills like costume and lighting design.

Many students in these programs choose to supplement their education with other areas of study like English, fine arts, film studies, psychology, computer science, or business. Much of the coursework centers around drama history, literature, and criticism, and this provides a strong intellectual foundation. Graduates are prepared for a number of different careers, including directing, acting, playwriting, theater management, marketing, and audience development. They may also choose to pursue careers in arts management, telecommunications, or film.

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