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Eastern Oregon University’s Theatre Program offers a student-centered community of artists whose major focus is creativity and collaboration. Our aim is to stimulate and nurture artists who are willing to share the gift of their talents with the audience and each other.
Members of the university and community are invited to attend free concerts and musicals each afternoon outside Loso Hall.
BA: Complete between 60 and 65 credit hours (depending on the area of “Special Focus“) in theatre arts with a minimum grade of “C-” or “S” to include the following core requirements and one area of concentration.
BS: Complete between 60 and 65 credit hours (depending on the area of “Special Focus”) in theatre arts with a minimum grade of “C-” or “S” to include the following core requirements and one area of concentration. Students must also complete the Additional Requirements
Students are the most important part of our program. A community of creative individuals who come together to create characters, imaginary landscapes, and, who together, tell complex stories, belt musical melodies, and direct and design to engage audiences. View our current and past community of theatre majors, minors, and alumni and see what the community has in store for you.
“The EOU Theatre Department is in large part responsible for setting me on the path that I’m on today. I have a successful career as an actor because the faculty in this department showed me how to pursue it, and kept telling me that it was possible, even when I was unsure of myself. They continually encouraged me to reach farther, to dig deeper, and to be more than I thought I could be, both on stage and off. Perhaps most significantly, they showed me the vital importance of empathy and compassion in the theatre – a lesson I’ve never forgotten, and one that has carried me through the entirety of my career.”
Josh LeBrun, '03TheatreKansas City, Missouri
The EOU Theatre program faculty work one-on-one with students in a variety of special focus areas including Acting, Directing, Production Management, and Design.
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The box office is located in Loso Hall, EOU campus.
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A hands-on academic and production-oriented curriculum celebrating theatre as a voice and a mirror for cultural values of all human beings. As a part of a highly motivated arts community, students work with master artists/teachers in a rigorous program of study and production. The BA or BS degree in Theatre prepares majors for graduate work in the discipline, teaching, or other creative activity.
Take a look at many of our past productions from the last sixteen years.
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