Students are encouraged to discover and develop their own voice and style in theatre arts. NCC's theatre program allows students to apply their skills in production settings, with public performances in the College's two theatres or in non-traditional spaces throughout the Lehigh Valley.
The curriculum for acting/directing, design/technical and theatre education majors closely integrates performance and academics. The associate in arts degree is awarded upon the successful completion of the program. The coursework intertwines the practical application of theatre arts and electives that will provide a solid foundation and ready students for transfer.
Performance opportunities include four major productions each season in the 350-seat Lipkin Theatre and the 100-seat Norman R. Roberts Lab Theatre. Other highlights of a program that provides students with a well-rounded theatre education include a fall tour at NCC's campuses, summer performances for new student orientation, trips to professional city theatres, specialized workshops, and student-directed plays.
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