What you can do with this major

UW-Green Bay Theatre graduates typically go on to graduate programs in acting, directing, or in design/technical theatre. Students may also find gainful employment in professional theatre by working in resident companies, children's theatre, community theatre, lm companies, and summer stock.

Use the following as an idea list, and remember that they represent some, but certainly not all, of the careers you might consider in Theatre. As noted earlier the skills are applicable to a myriad of other careers as well.

Acting Coach, Actor, Actress, Advertising/Marketing Specialist, Agent, Announcer, Art Director, Broadcast Journalist, Business Manager, Casting Director, Copy Writer, Costume Designer, Critic, Director, Drama Coach, Equipment Operator, Exhibit/Display Designer, Instructor/Theater Arts, Lighting Designer, Make-up Artist, Media Planner, Model, Narrator, Playwright, Producer, Prop Manager, Radio/TV Announcer, Rigger, Scene Painter, Script Coach, Script Manager, Set Designer, Sound Designer, Stage Manager, Stunt Coordinator, Talent Manager, Theater Manager, Writer/Editor…

Want to know more about the nature of the work, working conditions, earnings, training, and job outlook? Check out the Occupational Outlook Handbook.