Associate Degree. Transfer.

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What do theatre students do?
Theatre students share the excitement of theatre production and studies with an experienced faculty in a wonderful theatre setting. Our goal is to offer students a comprehensive theatre program which prepares them to transfer with academic and performance skills that provide their greatest opportunity for success at the university level.

What do graduates of the program do?
Our students hone their skills in acting, voice, movement, fencing and musical theatre. They will know Design and Stagecraft: Scenery, Costumes, Lights, Props, and Makeup.

What is the potential salary range?
Salary varies.


How long does it take?
An Associate Degree takes two years. Then it can be transferred to a university.


What is the job outlook for graduates?
The job market for theatre and drama majors is diverse and includes stage, movie cinema and television opportunities.


 What are the advantages of the theatre program at KC?
The KC Theatre Department seeks to balance a rigorous production and performance schedule with a substantial and challenging academic experience. Small classes (average ratio - 1 to 16) allow each instructor to give students a great deal of individual attention, enhancing the probability of the student establishing good study habits and a higher GPA. Opportunities for immediate performance assignments are an additional plus in this department. For almost four decades the KC Theatre program has enjoyed an excellent reputation state-wide and the support of its administration and campus-wide faculty. Theatre students at KC also have the possibility of working as apprentices with the Texas Shakespeare Festival. A summer spent with the festival can provide students with the opportunity to work and study with artists from the professional theatre world.

Are there scholarships available?
Yes, the KC Theatre Department offers generous theatre scholarships each year. Potential theatre students can download a Theatre Scholarship Application at: _____________________________________________________________________________

 How do I get more information on the program?

» Contact Information

Micah Goodding
Instructor and Coordinator of Scholarships
Phone: (903) 983-8126
Location: Technical Vocational Building (TV)



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