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The Theatre Arts minor is designed for non-Theatre Arts majors who wish to complement their studies at MMC with a grounding in the history and practice of theatre and its relationship to culture and society.
Why Study Theatre at MMC?
At MMC, non-Theatre Arts majors have the chance to take foundational courses along with courses in experiential areas of acting, playwriting, technical theatre and production. Student can also design an individual theatre minor in consultation with a Theatre Faculty advisor.
What You Will Learn
- Learn about the history of theatre and performance from a global perspective.
- Experience theatrical creation in courses about playwriting, technical theatre, design, and acting.
- Recognize how theatre has impacted society and contributed to debates about politics, culture, and identity.
Upon entering MMC, I was torn between choosing a theatre-based major and a non-performing arts major because of my interests in different academic fields. Discovering that MMC had a Theatre Arts minor allowed me to study the aspects of theatre that I am passionate about while also allowing myself to devote time to my other academic interests.Jacqueline Carrillo ’21
Class of 2021, Minor in Theatre
Top College Program
Each year, the team at OnStage Blog announces the best performing arts schools for the coming year based on research by theatre educators, students, alumni, and parents—the people who really know what’s important in theatre education. MMC made the cut and was praised for our impressive master classes and lectures.