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About NGU Theatre

A student in the NGU theatre program will experience a rigorous course of study in general education, theatre core and specialized theatre track courses (performance, design, ministry or history/pedagogy tracks are available) as well as regular production experience (onstage and backstage), internships in local theatres, schools and churches and the opportunity to present a major project in their senior year. 

Students in the Interdisciplinary BA in Musical Theatre program will study in the music and theatre departments and have many opportunities to gain experience on stage.  

At North Greenville University we do our best to make a difference in the life of each and every student that God entrusts to us. We are committed to educating our students in a biblically sound, Christ-centered environment. We care about their spiritual well-being as well as their academic and artistic achievements.

Our faculty and staff members are committed Christians who take the integration of faith and learning very seriously and make it a significant part of all academic experiences at our university.
 

Our Mission

The mission of the Department of Theatre Arts is to prepare students for graduate studies and/or professional work in the theatre as mature Christians and artists.

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Leah Thomas (Annie) and Becca Van Cleef (Helen) in the 2009 production of The Miracle Worker.