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Watch Virtual Summer Shakespeare Readings

CLC and the University of Wisconsin-Parkside (UW-Parkside) will present a virtual series of Shakespeare readings this summer. Meet the cast.

Graphic of Shakespeare's face and text about Summer ShakespeareRegister to watch Summer Shakes performances on Zoom:

A Midsummer Night’s Dream on Sunday, June 28 at 5 p.m.
Directed by CLC instructor Craig Rich
Zoom registration

Macbeth on Sunday, July 12 at 5 p.m.
Directed by UW-Parkside and CLC instructor Brian Gill
Zoom registration

Twelfth Night on Sunday, July 19 at 5 p.m.
Directed by UW-Parkside instructor Fabrice Conte-Williamson
Zoom registration

About the Program

Theatre is a transfer program housed in the Communication Arts, Fine Arts and Humanities division. Transfer programs are for students who plan to continue their education at a four-year college or university to earn a bachelor’s degree. Some students take theatre courses to fulfill the fine arts requirement for a transfer degree; others take theatre courses as part of a plan to major in theatre. Many students also take theatre courses as electives.

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Celebrate and Support CLC Theatre

Become a "Friend of CLC Theatre." Your support will fund student scholarships and performances. Throughout the campaign, you will get special event invitations, and see specially produced student and alumni videos.

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Career Opportunities

Theatre graduates enter careers that include acting, directing, design, arts administration, stage management, teaching and technical theatre support. Professional opportunities are available in live stage productions as well as in television and film.

Why study at CLC?

  • Theatre courses are approved for a seamless transfer to Illinois colleges and universities under the Illinois Articulation Initiative.
  • The Theatre Department presents five fully mounted productions each year, including one children’s production in the fall and a musical in the summer. Each season is carefully chosen to showcase the best classical and contemporary plays as well as present a variety of theatrical genres and styles.

 

Theatre Department Classes and Performances

Interviews with Craig Rich and Thomas B. Mitchell, theatre professors, about the CLC Theatre program.