Thomas More College

Theatre

The Theatre degree program at Thomas More College is the ONLY Liberal Arts Theatre program in the Greater Cincinnati Tri-state area.


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The program prepares you to do so many different theatrical jobs. From acting to directing, lighting to set design, you will experience every aspect of theatre through your coursework and collegiate productions.

Unlike many other programs, it is not necessary to audition to get into the Theatre program. But there are some Theatre Grants available for majors - an audition and interview are a part of that process.

Experience the Difference

At Thomas More you won't get lost in the competitive crowd. Our class size is smaller, allowing for a great deal of personalized attention. Students are encouraged to suggest and lead their own projects/productions, and build close relationships with Thomas More faculty, staff, and alumni. So you get more experience and more exposure to the joys and challenges of your chosen profession. Start My Experience.

You will also be a part of the Villa Players, the student Theatre organization. This group is comprised of majors and non-majors, open to all students and alumni.

Combine With Other Majors

Because Thomas More is a liberal arts college, a degree in Theatre pairs very easily with other degrees – such as Communications, Education, or just about any other degree Thomas More offers. Combining with other majors only opens up more opportunities for using your Theatre degree! See All Majors

Proceed With Confidence

We're proud of the fact our graduates can say, "I know how to do that," and they prove it on the job every day. Thomas More graduates currently work as actors, directors, stage managers, sound and light technicians, technical directors, executive directors of theatres, and as art administrators. Our broad-based program opens up opportunities for you well beyond those of a conservatory-trained student at a larger institution. Your future in the theatre looks brighter from the day you graduate.

For more information, contact:

Greg Procaccino
Department of Theatre
Thomas More College
859-344-3421
procacg@thomasmore.edu