Theatre/Box Office Specialist
At Casper College you will receive the instruction and opportunity to begin your career in theatre. Our students earn associates degrees in four areas of theatrical study, preparing them to enter baccalaureate programs throughout the country with the confidence that only experience can give.
In addition to meeting the education needs of theatre and dance majors, our department provides cultural and artistic resources and opportunities to the broader Casper College community and fulfills the role of an intellectual and cultural leader for Central Wyoming.
- Theatre Performance
through courses in acting, voice, movement, dance, auditioning, and dramatic literature.
- Musical Theatre Performance
Choose a specialized track...
of intensive study in theatre and music, including courses in voice, acting, music theory, keyboarding, and musical theatre history.
- Technical Theatre
Channel your creative energy...
into design and construction of scenery, lighting, sound and costuming. Work with state of the art equipment on the main stage and black box theatres.
- Dance Performance
through ballet, modern, jazz and tap, while developing skills in composition, improvisation and history.
Join the Flight Dance Troupe!
CLICK HERE to view the Theatre and Dance Department Information Booklet.
CLICK HERE to view the Dance Major Student Handbook.
The Dance Major Student Handbook has the proposed changes submitted to the NASD Commission on Accreditation and the Casper College Curriculum Committee for the A.A. Degree in Dance. Until these changes have been approved the Dance Major will be under the A.A. Dance track in the 2014-2015 catalog.
If you have questions, please see Jodi Youmans-Jones.
Casper College Arts District
The Casper College Arts District, located at the northeast entrance to the campus, geographically unites the college’s nationally accredited programs in visual arts, music, theatre, and dance. A walkway now connects the Goodstein Visual Arts Center, the new Music Building, the Gertrude Krampert Theatre, and the Scifers Dance Performance Theatre, providing a philosophical and tangible footprint on the campus that reflects a spirit of collaboration among the academic disciplines. The School of Fine Arts and Humanities is grateful to community members who enjoy and support the many public performances, festivals, and exhibitions.
School of Fine Arts and Humanities
Eric Unruh, Dean, 307-268-2537
Kathy Coe, Academic Assistant, 307-268-2606
307-268-2100 or toll free 800-442-2963