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Whether you're interested in acting, musical theatre, stage management, theatre education, or theatre design, there's a place for you at Lindenwood University.
Are you passionate about live theatre? So are we! The Lindenwood theatre program is extensive and experiential, offering five undergraduate degrees and great opportunities to get hands-on experience in larger annual productions or smaller student directed productions. Our facilities are second to none, ranging from a Broadway-style 1,200-seat auditorium to a studio in a historical space on our campus.
Visit us soon to see for yourself why so many students choose theatre at Lindenwood University and why we are like no other.
Lindenwood University Theatre Faculty
The theatre faculty at Lindenwood University includes a mix of full-time and adjunct professionals with years of experience. From acting to set design to box office management, Lindenwood theatre faculty excel at their craft and will help you excel at yours, too.
Earning a Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in Theatre
The Theatre program offers the following undergraduate degrees:
Minor in Theatre at Lindenwood University
Lindenwood University offers a minor in theatre. A minor is simply a secondary academic subject to add to your knowledge, whether it is of professional or personal interest. When you add a theatre minor to your curriculum, you will study the history of theatre, acting, technical theatre, script analysis, and the option of studying topics such as stage make-up, scenography, costume design, directing, scenic design, and many more.
What Can You Do with a Degree in Theatre?
There are many career paths you can take in the world of theatre. Education, stage management, technical design and acting are some of the many areas in this field. The Bureau of Labor Statistics is a great place to research potential career paths,