The University of Minnesota/Guthrie Theater B.F.A. Actor Training Program is dedicated to developing the mind, body, voice and spirit of the actor/artist/scholar. We provide our students with a variety of skills essential to realize the dynamics of performing text of classical stature. The skills acquired during the exploration of classic texts will be applied to contemporary literature drawn from the world repertoire, as well as emerging dramatic forms. Our students are devoted to the pursuit of academic and creative study. We cultivate the actor, artist and scholar by providing a unique curriculum rooted in four guiding principles:
- An expansive liberal arts education.
- An intensive studio training curriculum which is committed to the integration of voice, movement and acting within a wide range of styles.
- An eclectic performing arts experience, with a focus on live theater.
- A dynamic partnership between the Guthrie Theater and the University of Minnesota.
We are dedicated to:
- Fostering the principles of collaboration.
- Developing the art of ensemble performance.
- Honoring the integrity of the artistic process.
- Inspiring the spirit of generosity towards the creative process, fellow artists and the audience.
Annual auditions for this highly selective program, are held in Minnesota as well as selected sites such as New York, Houston, Chicago and San Francisco.
Find more information at theater.umn.edu
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UofM/Guthrie Theater B.F.A. Actor Training Program
University of Minnesota
580 Rarig Center
330 21st Ave. South
Minneapolis, MN 55455
B.F.A. Faculty, Staff and Affiliates
Interim Director of Company Development
Bruce R. Roach
Voice and Speech
B.F.A. Program Specialist
Company Development Manager
Andrew Cooke, Jim Domenick, Meg Emery, Sean Emery, Annie Enneking, Tyson Forbes, Markell Kiefer, Michelle O'Neill, Aaron Pruesse, Randy Reyes, Ted Roseen, Marciano Silva dos Santos, Brian Sostek, Dario Tangelson, Tina Wallum
The B.F.A. Program is supported by