Avenue Q – Music & Lyrics by Robert Lopez and Jeff Marx, Book by Jeff Whitty


UCA Theatre degree programs lead to the Bachelor of Arts in Theatre. Students seeking the baccalaureate degree in Theatre must complete forty (40) semester hours of theatre and related coursework. A minor requires twenty-six (26) hours. The program offers a wide range of courses in acting, directing, dramatic theory and history, and various aspects of technical production.

The UCA Theatre program focuses on the stage where classroom knowledge is applied in hands-on training and experience. These degrees require completion of 124 hours including a general education component, specific degree requirements (B.A.), and a minor as arranged through the student’s minor advisor.

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UCA Theatre want our students to experience all forms of theatre for educational and production purposes. In order to help students grasp the importance of historical and social traditions which created and continue to sustain theatre as an art form, UCA works to make sure that our students are exposed to a variety of works, ranging from classical to contemporary, as well as a musical every other year.

Click here to review the UCA Undergraduate Bulletin for 2019-2020.


UCA Theatre is committed to providing students with unique learning experiences. In addition to learning from our own talented faculty and staff, students have the opportunity to work with well-known guests artists and designers. The UCA Public Appearance Series schedules numerous touring companies throughout the year presenting a wide range of events including concerts, dance companies, and theatrical presentations.


UCA Theatre is an accredited institutional member of the National Association of Schools of Theatre. This accreditation assures students and parents that the UCA Theatre program meets professional standards in theatre education and training as set fourth by the association.