WHAT IS ACTING?
This major is part of the Fine Arts and Design Exploration Group
The Bachelor of Fine Arts in Acting at the University of Connecticut is an intensive, conservatory-style program designed to prepare students for direct entry into performance careers in all areas of the professional theatre, including television and film. Students are also thoroughly prepared to continue acting studies at the graduate, Master of Fine Arts level. Combining a four-year sequence of acting classes with extensive voice and movement training and a well-rounded course of studies in the art of theatre, the BFA Acting Program also offers outstanding performance opportunities through the Connecticut Repertory Theatre (CRT), the performance wing of the Department of Dramatic Arts. At the CRT, students work with professional actors and directors on the way to earning membership points in Actor’s Equity, the American union for professional stage actors and stage managers.
HOW TO DECLARE:
AUDITION REQUIRED. Interested students should contact the Dramatic Arts Department late in the fall semester to schedule an audition. Auditions are not conducted on a rolling basis. Find audition details here.
HELPFUL INTRO COURSES:
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POSSIBLE CAREER OPPORTUNITIES: