The BFA Design and Technical Production concentration at The University of Alabama is a rigorous program designed to prepare talented and highly disciplined students for work in professional theatre. It offers competitive training in a collaborative environment. In addition to the required core theatre courses, the comprehensive curriculum includes all areas of design and technical production.
Beginning in their first year, students may be considered for a wide variety of production opportunities, including mainstage productions in the Marian Gallaway Theatre and MFA student directed productions in the Allen Bales Theatre.
Admission & Retention Process
Admission to the BFA Design and Technical Production concentration is by portfolio review and interview only. Students must make arrangements with faculty for a portfolio review and interview. Admission is determined on a rolling basis. Once accepted into the program, continuance in the BFA Design and Technical Production concentration is contingent on an annual “end of year” evaluation by members of the Design and Technical Production faculty.
Please visit the design/technical production interviews page for up to date, detailed information on the audition/interview process.
For more information, please contact one of the following faculty members:
Costume Design and Production
firstname.lastname@example.org / 205-348-6599
Director of Design and Technical Production
F. Randy deCelle
email@example.com / 205-348-6253
Director of Stage Management
firstname.lastname@example.org / 205-348-2116
Read details about the curriculum on our BFA Design and Technical Production Curriculum page.
Have any questions? Visit our FAQ page.