Our theatre arts program is recognized as one of the most
comprehensive among liberal arts colleges. Rather than focusing exclusively on performance or design and technical production, you'll explore every aspect of the theatre experience. Our program introduces aspiring artists to everything from theatre history and
playwriting to makeup and sound design. Our students even have
the opportunity to experience British and Irish theatre and culture through our
study away program.
Founded on the central principles of the liberal arts, our program also
allows you to pursue your wide-ranging interests and ideas. You’ll explore how theatre arts is connected to other disciplines, and see things from multiple
perspectives. And by the time you graduate, we’ll transform you into a
first-rate problem solver, one who thinks deeply and develops creative
solutions to complex problems. That will open you to a wide variety of career options, including many in the entertainment industry.
To pursue a degree in our department, you will need to apply to Furman
through the Common Application. Get started on your application.
Discover what it's like to live and learn on one of America’s most
beautiful campuses by planning your campus tour (which can include a Fine Arts tour suited to your interest), attending a class, and
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Scholarships and financial aid
Furman offers a number of scholarships to students who demonstrate a strong
ability to succeed based on their academic achievements, commitment to
the community, passion for leading, or exemplary talents. Furman's
scholarships recognize those students who show the potential and promise
to make an impact in Furman's community. Get financial information.
If you're ready for the spotlight or interested in working behind the curtain, you won't find a shortage of opportunities. Perform at Furman.
Want to know where a theatre arts degree can take you? Discover the possibilities.
Have a question about our programs or the admission process at Furman? Contact Coady Shovlain, Coordinator of Fine Arts Recruitment, at 864.294.3402 or firstname.lastname@example.org.