Are you a high school teacher?
We'd love to invite you and a guest to our next show! We offer buy one, get one free tickets to high school teachers. All you have to do is show your school ID!
Call ahead to (910) 672-1724 to make your ticket reservation!
We also offer student matinees for high school classes for select shows at a significant reduction off of regular ticket prices. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Our next student matinee is for our November production of Spoon River Anthology.
Are you a prospective student?
We offer a FREE ticket to you and a guest for any of our mainstage shows. To redeem your ticket, please complete the form found here, and then email email@example.com with your name and the performance you'd like to attend.
The theatre program's mission is to serve as an artistic, intellectual, and multi-cultural resource for the communities and institutions of southeast North Carolina and beyond. As an educational center, the student's talents will be continually developed through performance and production techniques based on a comprehensive education in the history, theory, and craft of theater. We seek to produce graduates who value artistic collaboration and will be leaders in their field and its advocate.
FSU Theatre is home to a BA in Theatre, with minor offerings in Theatre, Dance, & Telecommunications. We produce an annual season of several mainstage shows, including children's drama, musical theatre, African American drama, and 24 Hour Theatre Project. Our program is led by world-class faculty with strong ties to the professional field.
Our academic program includes an internship and other professional development for students so that they can anticipate working in the field upon graduation. Many of our productions are part of the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival, which showcases work from the nation's leading theatres in colleges and universities.
Graduates of our program have gone on to graduate school and professional work in the field.
Most FSU Theatre productions take place in our 200-seat Butler Theater in the heart of the FSU campus. Equipped with state of the art lighting and sound technology and a fully furnished scene shop, Butler Theater is home to most of our mainstage shows and many of our classes.
We occasionally produce shows in FSU's 1100-seat Seabrook Auditorium.
We are pleased to announce our 2012-2013 Season of Shows, including The Last Days of Judas Iscariot, Spoon River Anthology, Aesop's Fables, and 'And then came tomorrow..." a world premiere by our visiting professor and Hollywood screenwriter and playwright, Walter Allen Bennett, Jr. Details on our season shows can be found on our season page.