Beginning your first term, you will find many opportunities to get actively involved in productions, and soon you will be producing and directing your own. By the time you graduate from Hartwick College, your resume can be filled with significant accomplishments.
Hartwick theatre production and classroom experiences will serve to demonstrate your potential, help define you as a theatre artist, and open doors to your future.
Recent theatre arts graduates have gone – many directly and some with additional training – into jobs in producing, technical theatre, stage management, and performance.
A great deal of learning in theatre arts takes place outside the classroom: in the rehearsal hall, in the shops, and in our two performance spaces. Student shows, faculty-directed plays, and student club productions provide as many as 20 production opportunities a year.
Each academic year, Hartwick Theatre will enter one or two of productions in the Kennedy Center/ American College Theatre Festival. Hartwick theatre students have presented at ACTF Region One festival conferences. January Term off-campus classes are offered in New York City and England. And students are encouraged to pursue the many internship and apprentice opportunities offered by professional theatre companies in our region and beyond.
Hartwick theatre students enjoy rewarding careers and go on to graduate study in some of the nation’s top institutions.
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Hartwick’s experienced theatre arts faculty are focused on the future. That’s because they work hand-in-hand with students who want to make the most of their experiences – whether as professionals or as proficient amateurs who do theatre for the love of it. Our students make a difference after graduation.
Ready to move faster? Get the full Hartwick theatre arts experience in three-quarters the time at three-quarters the cost. Learn more about the three-year program.