Produce. Perform. Inspire.
Musical Theatre: Concentration
Elevate your performance and explore your talent through musical theatre at North Greenville University.
Perform with a Purpose
Whether on stage or behind the scenes, prepare for countless careers in the world of theatre. Actor, director, and playwright, of course. But also, drama teacher, professional designer, stage manager, theatre critic, and more.
Theatre is storytelling, and there’s no greater story to tell than God’s story. Elevate your performance and explore your talent with a Bachelor of Arts in Theatre with a concentration in musical theatre.
Experience Learning as You Explore Your Craft
Tour, Perform, Minister – Welcome to Act II
Bible study. Fellowship. And the chance to perform original dramas for local churches and community groups. That’s Act II – the drama ministry troupe sponsored by Baptist Student Union. All NGU students may audition to join.
In-Class Learning, Meet Real-World Experience
Where better to complete your required theatre internships than one of Greenville’s renowned venues? Options abound at the Applied Theatre Center of Greenville, Warehouse Theatre, and Center Stage! (just to name a few!)
Festivals and Competitions
Compete in regional events like the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival. Receive award nominations, professional feedback, and critical acclaim as you gain exposure and expand your network.
National Auditions – Right Here in the Southeast
Earn acting opportunities and internships. Attend masterclasses and workshops. All at the largest gathering of theatre artists in America. It’s the Southeastern Theatre Conference – and it might just launch your theatrical career.
Study Theatre with Clear Direction
Elevate Your Perspective
You’ll also take Chapel for the first seven semesters, and Cultural Events for the first four semesters. This is the NGU difference, how you find your peak performance and elevate your perspective, intellectually, emotionally, and spiritually.
Stories that Started Here
Caleb Ruppe ʼ15
“I credit NGU for preparing me for every life and career adventure that I have had the opportunity to face.”
Grace Watson ʼ18
Some of her fondest memories of NGU comes from hanging out with fellow music majors in ‘The Music Lobby’ of the Cline School of Music.