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Programs of Study

Theater Arts

Degree: AA  |  Graduation Requirements: 60 credits

Program Summary:

Committed to producing multi-cultural and sustainable theater for emerging theater artists.

SUNY Sullivan's Theater Arts program is a two-year theater generalist program that prepares students to transfer to any SUNY four-year college as a junior with training in acting, voice and speech, musical theater, physical theater, design, and stagehand work. One musical, one contemporary and one classical play are produced each year in the college's Seelig Theater.

Students benefit from the program's ties to all professional and amateur theaters in the surrounding region. The Performing Arts Club provides extracurricular outlets for students and participation in the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival.

The Theater Arts AA Program encourages students to use the medium of theatrical art to observe, illuminate, and effectively communicate the diversity of human experience. Based upon the SUNY Transfer Path for Theater, the degree enables students to readily transfer to a SUNY four-year college or university upon completion of the equivalent of four semesters of full-time study.

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Advantage

Students in the Theater Arts Program will demonstrate competency in at least seven out of the ten SUNY General Education areas and at least 30 General Education Credits. Therefore, they will complete the following outcomes:

  • Produce and revise coherent written texts and develop proficiency in oral discourse

  • Perform basic operations of computer use to locate, evaluate, and synthesize information from a variety of sources

  • Identify, analyze, and evaluate material and create a reasoned critical response

  • Employ scientific and quantitative reasoning

Composition I
Fundamentals of Speech
Intercultural Communications
Intro Theater History/Technology
MAT 1004 or higher
Acting I
Composition II
Voice and Diction I
Physical Theater I
History Course (US History I, II, III)
SCI prefix course w/Lab
Acting II
Western Civilization I, II, OR III
Dramatic Literature
Shakespeare's Romantic Comedies
Modern Drama
Shakespeare
Technical Theater Design/Practicum
Sound
Lighting
Costume
Stage Management
Set Design
Classical Acting
Musical Theater
Theater History I
Physical Theater II
Voice and Diction II
Pilates
Tai Chi Chuan I
Aerobic Dance
Performing Dance
Elective by Advisement
Liberal Arts Elective by Advisement
Theater History II
Liberal Arts Elective by Advisement

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