Theatre

Baccalaureate Transfer Option

  • Associate of Arts with concentration in Theatre
    • Suggested courses for concentration include: THTRE 150, 160, 180, 181, 190, 210, 220.
    • Students wishing to emphasize acting should take the THTRE 170 series.
    • Students wishing to emphasize technical theatre should take the THTRE 180 series.
    • THTRE 160 must be taken for a total of 6 credit hours but can be distributed over four semesters.

For more information

If you have questions about auditions, performances, or the Theatre program, please contact Michelle Stephens at 875-7211, ext. 215 or e-mail mstephen@richland.edu. To reserve tickets, call 875-7211, ext. 6888.

Productions

The Theatre department typically perfoms one production per semester.  If you are interested in viewing or participating in a production, please review the list of upcoming and previous productions.

Richland Discovery Theatre

Richland Discovery Theatre is an immersive arts learning experience that caters to students, 12-18 years old. Students take priority roles on stage and off, everything from acting to lighting design, while they work along college theatre students and seasoned community theatre professionals to create a collaborative production to present to the community.  For more information, please visit the Richland Discovery Theatre page.

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