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Students in the Theater Program at American International College will be tackling an ambitious production this semester, as they take on the Laramie Project. The play, the true story of the brutal murder of a 21-year old gay student at the University of Wyoming in 1998, is a breathtaking theatrical collage that explores the depths to which humanity can sink, and the heights of compassion of which people are capable.
The Theater Arts Program at American International College offers a Bachelor of Arts degree in Theater Arts. The courses offered in the program give students the opportunity to work in the areas of Performance, Technical Theater, Theory and History of Theater. The program is focused on developing well rounded artists that can work in a variety of areas in the competitive business of theater.
The Theater Program at American International College currently offers a minor in theater arts and produces two productions each academic year. The theater program is growing and currently gives students a base understanding of theater arts through the current courses offered. Students are also given opportunities to apply what they have learned each semester in the current production based theater workshop courses. If interested in learning more about the theater minor click on the links.
The Garret Players, the student theater organization on campus is devoted to supporting and producing theater productions on campus in conjunction with the Department of Theater Arts. The Garret Players were founded many years ago by various members of the college community due to their interest in the collaborative art of theater. The mission of the Garret Players is to broaden the dialogue about theater on campus and in the surrounding community by volunteering with community based arts organizations and by fundraising for theatrical productions and events on campus.