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Jun 22, 2014


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Welcome to the School of Dance, Film, and Theater. 

In 2013 the School of Dance, School of Film and School of Theater joined together to create the School of Dance, Film, and Theater.   The Dance, Film, and Theater Divisions of the School continue to deliver undergraduate (BA, BFA and Honors Tutorial degrees) and graduate (MA and MFA) degrees in each discipline.  We continue to provide the best in classical training in dance, film and theater and welcome innovation in artistic expression. 

We are dedicated to excellence in our degree programs and productions and seek opportunities for artistic and scholarly explorations that draw on our strengths and re-map disciplinary boundaries.  Study in the School of Dance, Film and Theater establishes fundamental skills that support innovation. We prioritize collaboration, diversity, and critical thinking in an environment that promotes interdisciplinarity and excellence.

The School of Dance, Film, and Theater produces dance concerts, plays, film festivals and conferences that draw on the artistry and scholarship of its faculty and students. Our alumni are performing on the professional stage, working in production booths, and serving on the faculties of educational institutions throughout the world.  


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