NCCC has a long tradition of theatre excellence. The Theatre Arts degree program curriculum prepares students for transfer to baccalaureate programs in performance and technical theatre. The program offers students the opportunity to develop their potential through a combination of challenging coursework and practical theatrical training in a liberal arts environment. Students have the opportunity to work on productions in our state-of-the-art 600 seat Main Stage Theatre as well as our intimate Black Box Theatre.
Program Goals and Objectives
- To assist students in meeting a minimum of seven of the ten SUNY General Education requirements.
- To give students to opportunity to participate in departmental theatrical productions.
- To prepare students for successful transfer to upper-level institutions in Theatre Arts.
Ashley DiPasquale ‘21
I really like the teachers and directors that I have been able to work with and learn from. I chose the Niagara County Community College Theatre Arts program because of how diversified the program is and how much I could learn in only two years. After I graduate, I am going to transfer to a four-year college for theatre and deaf studies.
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