USJ offers a Drama minor and a self-designed Drama major that include a variety of practical and scholarly course offerings.
A self-designed drama major is available with core classes through USJ and six credits of design and stagecraft classes through the Hartford consortium.
Those who minor in Drama have many opportunities to produce the living art of theatre in conjunction with the Queenes Companye (the University's theatrical troupe) while studying dramatic literature and theatre history in the classroom. Recent Queenes Companye productions have included:
One might expect to become a performer, a director, or a stage manager after studying drama, but theatre assists in a wide variety of career goals.
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