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Division Description Niagara Peninsula College’s award-winning Theatre Arts Division offers a curriculum designed to provide students with a thorough exposure to all aspects of the theater arts. Each student is assigned to a faculty advisor and works with that advisor to plan course work that will transfer to a four-year college. Students enroll in course work across a variety of topics including acting, history of theater, scenery design, composition, and communication. Transfer students from the theater program usually do well in a university setting because of the general education they receive at Niagara Peninsula College. The philosophy of the Theatre Arts Division is to offer a sequential program where students can emphasize “backstage” as well as “onstage” courses. Students need to earn at least 65 semester credits to complete both the acting sequence and the technical theater sequence. Theater graduates make valuable employees in any field. Meeting deadlines, working closely
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This note was uploaded on 10/17/2011 for the course OA 106 taught by Professor Blanchard during the Fall '11 term at Community College of Philadelphia.

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