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Theatre Arts

Delivery: A mix of daytime, evening, Saturday, and online courses
Start: Fall or Spring Semester, Full- or Part-Time

Liberal Arts and Sciences – Associate in Arts Degree (60 Credits)
Minnesota Transfer Curriculum – MnTC

About the Discipline

The Century Theatre Arts Department prepares you to enter the exciting world of theatre and entertainment. Whether you want to work in the theatre as a career or a lifelong hobby, you can find the knowledge and learn the skills to follow that path.

The program offers you challenging, professional opportunities to learn about:
  • The key areas of theatre and entertainment including acting, directing, design and technical, marketing and operations.
  • The exciting art and craft of theatre, while working on a college degree.
Our courses are usually accepted as equivalency courses in most four-year colleges and universities. Introduction to Theatre (Theatre 1020) and Beginning Acting (Theatre 1031) are also part of the Minnesota Transfer Curriculum.

Department Points of Pride

Students in the Theatre Arts Department at Century have opportunities to gain performing and technical experience through Century Theatre, the College's exciting Theatre production program sponsored by Student Life. Century Theatre produces the finest modern and historical works in the Theatre canon.

Angels in America, Talking Bones, A Midsummer Night's Dream, The Man Who Came to Dinner, The Cherry Orchard, are a sampling of several productions done each year which feature Century students acting, stage managing, and otherwise running the main stage shows.

Century students also write, direct, design and run the Century Student Showcase every year. Century features an intimate 240-seat house with industry standard: ETC state-of-the-art computer lighting equipment.

Contact Information

Admissions Office 651.773.1700 Room 2350 West
Advising & Counseling Center 651.779.3285 Ask Century Room 2410 West
Financial Aid Office 651.779.3305 Room 2320 West

Discipline Contact Information

Paul Aberasturi (651) 747-4059 W 1038
Will Slayden (651) 779-3211 W 1052