Theatre students develop skills highly sought after by employers such as:

  • Critical thinking
  • Problem–solving
  • Public presentation
  • Group communication and collaboration
  • Interpersonal communication
  • Leadership
  • Text analysis
  • Research
  • Professional ethics
  • A deeper understanding and sensitivity towards people
  • Situations and cultures outside their personal experiences
  • They also develop their vocal and physical expressiveness, self–awareness, and appreciation of art

Related Careers

Theatre Department alumni are working in arts and entertainment in the United States and internationally, have gone on to excellent graduate programs, and have transferred their skills to related fields.

Artistic Positions (Theatre and Film)

Teaching Positions

Administrative Positions

Technical Positions

Contact Us

Please contact the Theatre Department with any questions.

Contact Information

Campus Address
Fine & Performing Art Center
(570) 422-3694
(570) 422-3008 (Fax)
Title of Department Leader
Department Chair
Christopher Domanski
(570) 422-3923