The Theatre Program merges many areas of the arts (theatre, music, dance, and art) to provide a rich cultural focus for the college and surrounding community. Clark College Theatre offers a co-curricular program which provides traditional classroom training and the opportunity to apply and test performance and technical skills in staged productions before a paying audience. The plays are culturally enriching, thought provoking and entertaining.
Our comprehensive theatre curriculum teaches acting principles and techniques for both stage and television. There will be opportunity for students to perform in a range of plays, musical dinner theatre shows, and touring children's theatre productions, joining an impressive list of shows representing 30 years of theatrical excellence.
We are involved in the American College Theatre Festival. We enter productions and compete with the other colleges and universities in Region VII which includes Washington, Oregon, Alaska, Idaho, Wyoming, and Montana.
Degrees and Curriculum
Associate in Arts
Students who earn Clark College's Associate in Arts degree qualify to transfer to most Washington colleges and universities with junior standing.
Tickets for individual plays go on sale 3 weeks before first performance. Tickets may be purchased through the Clark College Bookstore by mail, by telephone, or in person (or at the door if tickets remain).
The Decker Theatre is located in the Frost Arts Center. Please enter through the front entrance, go through the lobby and the theatre entrance is located in the southeast corner of the courtyard.
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