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314 Linden Street
Camden, New Jersey, 08102
Voice: (856) 225-6176
Fax: (856) 225-6330

Dr. Kenneth Elliott
Department Chair

Zulma Rodriguez
Department Administrative Assistant

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“Nickel and Dimed” – Winter 2014
“Nickel and Dimed” – Winter 2014
“Nickel and Dimed” – Winter 2014
“The Glass Menagerie” – Winter 2013
“The Glass Menagerie” – Winter 2013
“The Glass Menagerie” – Winter 2013
“You Can’t Take It with You” – Fall 2013
“You Can’t Take It with You” – Fall 2013
“You Can’t Take It with You” – Fall 2013
“The Actor’s Nightmare” – Spring 2013
“The Actor’s Nightmare” – Spring 2013
“The Actor’s Nightmare” – Spring 2013
“Hand Me Down the Silver Trumpet” – Fall 2014
“Hand Me Down the Silver Trumpet” – Fall 2014
“Hand Me Down the Silver Trumpet” – Fall 2014
“The Fairy Queen” – Spring 2014
“The Fairy Queen” – Spring 2014
“The Fairy Queen” – Spring 2014
“Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead” – Fall 2014
“Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead” – Fall 2014
“Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead” – Fall 2014

Theater and film are creative and collaborative arts in which true excellence is achieved through hands-on experience. Our students can explore their craft by choosing concentrations in ACTING, MUSICAL THEATER, DESIGN AND TECHNOLOGY, or FILMMAKING, all within a dynamic liberal arts curriculum that provides them with the skills and knowledge they need to succeed. Self-designed majors in other areas of theater such as directing or playwriting can be created in consultation with faculty. As part of a strong, interdisciplinary Department of Fine Arts, our students also benefit from exposure to visual art, music, and new digital media perspectives.

Each year, the Rutgers University–Camden Theater Program presents a full season of plays and musicals that creates learning opportunities in every area of production from design work and stage management to acting and directing. Ground-breaking, fully supported productions range from Shakespearian tragedies to modern classics and musicals. Student-generated work is highly encouraged and showcased annually in the Student-Directed One Act Play Festival.

 

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