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Theatre has the power to transform the human experience before our very eyes. It transforms
the artists creating the performance, it transforms the audience, and it can transform
our society.The theatre faculty at King University dedicate themselves to empowering our students to make transformations, create meaningful art, and to answer
their calling. Whether you want to act, direct, design, build, paint, write, or research, your ideas
will be supported and you will have many opportunities to take risks. You will be
required to seek out internships and gain professional experience or to develop and
present a capstone project that encompasses your abilities.
We serve our audience, and we want to share stories that matter to them. We choose
a season of works that range from the classic to the experimental and look for the
questions that we are asking now.
We push our students to embrace a theatre that is more than Broadway. Theatre can
be a strong voice for society. You are asked to envision, create, and sustain a theatre that will support your society, tell its story, and encourage action within
Our majors are an ensemble, and each plays a vital role in classes and production.
Students and faculty learn and create together in a community dedicated to exploration, faith, creativity, and service.
Our class sizes are small, so you receive individual attention. From your first semester
you are involved, your abilities are expanded, and your limits are pushed. King’s
commitment to liberal learning means that you are encouraged to connect the ideas,
questions, and discoveries in all of your production work, courses, activities, and
The study and practice of theatre is the study and practice of living. Creating theatre
makes you a strong communicator and listener, increases your ability to work with
diverse group of people, builds empathy, teaches respect, makes you flexible under
pressure, and enables you to think critically. You will not be afraid of a challenge; you will thrive on it.
To view all required courses for a BA in Theatre click here.
To view all required courses for a Minor in Theatre click here.
To view course descriptions click here.
The Theatre program requires a laptop with Microsoft Office 2010 or later, and wireless
and webcam capability.
For information about accreditation click here.
Antigone, by Sophocles:
Nov. 15 - 7:30pm
Nov. 16 - 7:30pm
Nov. 17 - 7:30pm
Nov. 18 - 2:30pm