In addition to their involvement in university theatre productions, Theatre students regularly collaborate with Omaha’s theatre community and take part in for-credit internships.
Through in-class and production work, students gain valuable life skills including discipline, collaboration, communication, research, planning, meeting deadlines and problem solving.
CFAM offers more than $300,000 in scholarships each year.
Bachelor of Arts in Theatre with focuses in acting/directing, design, or technical and stage management
Minor in Theatre with option of study in general theatre, acting, design/technical, directing, or scholarship
Master of Arts in Theatre is an individualized two-year plan that offers advanced study in theatre scholarship, performance, design and technology, and management
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