Welcome to the Drama/Theatre Department home page. This site provide useful information for those who will be taking courses in the Galveston College Department of Performing Arts, whether as majors or as students taking required or no-required courses and also for students of lifelong learning for personal enrichment.
The goal of the Performing Arts Program is to provide the students with a diverse curriculum that includes historical, practical, technical, and creative aspects of the art, providing a solid base in acting, directing, technical theatre and design, performance, history, literature, and theory. Students will develop professional industry standards and artistic ethics which will prepare them for continued performing arts’ opportunities’ including: degree programs at four year universities, internships, professional theatre, and participation in the performing arts in their communities. Course offerings are transferable and in accord with the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board.
Students who choose to pursue an Associate of Arts in Drama/Theatre will take basic core curriculum as well as the following Drama classes. Upon completion of this degree plan, students will be well prepared to transfer to most four-year colleges in Texas and elsewhere. Classes are small with individualized instruction.
See the most recent college catalog for specific degree requirements and course descriptions. Additionally, online course options are available for local and distance learning students.
Drama/Theatre Scholarships are available. Please contact Liz Lacy at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 409-944-1398 for further instructions on how to apply.
For non-majors, students may register for DRAM 1310, DRAM 2361, DRAM 2366, MUSI 1306-Music Appreciation, and MUSI 1310 American Music for their Creative Arts credit and DRAM 2361 or DRAM 2362 for their Language, Philosophy, Culture credit. Also, the college offers numerous courses for students interested in vocal and instrument lessons: See the most recent college catalog for specific degree requirements and course descriptions. Additionally, online course options are available for local and long distance learning students.
The Associate of Arts with a Drama/Theatre field of study is designed for students planning to transfer to a four-year university, but will also benefit any student planning to pursue jobs Drama/Theatre related industry positions.
Contact Drama/Theatre Department
Liz Lacy, M.F.A.