From Every Angle


Major • Minor

Get a complete theatre education.

Express and explore your love of theatre by learning (through hands-on practice) every aspect of theatre arts. Small classes and close work with faculty mentors (who are also experienced theatre professionals) will give you an edge as you prepare for a wide range of theatre careers or get ready to bring a show to life. 

Partnering with the theatre arts program, the student-run Berry College Theatre Company produces two main-stage productions each semester—while spearheading service projects, fundraisers and social outings.

Hands On

Here you will experience the full range of roles behind a working production—including costume, set, sound and lighting design; production management; marketing; dramaturgy; acting and directing.


Dr. Anna Filippo
Assistant Professor of Theatre
Dr. Anna Filippo

Professor, director, scholar and mentor, Dr. Filippo received a National Endowment for the Humanities Fellow at Columbia University, won a Faculty Merit Award in Directing from the Kennedy Center-American College Theatre Festival and has served on the Executive Committee of the Southeastern Theatre Conference, the nation’s largest regional theatre conference.

Amazing Spaces

The newly constructed Sisters Theatre provides a beautiful, versatile venue for mounting theatrical productions, a black-box theatre with flexible seating and additional shop and classroom space.

Theatre Courses

THE 207
Voice and Movement

Explore a range of vocal and physical techniques for creative expression in performance. Learn to find maximum effect with minimal effort and to connect your movement and voice to imagery and text.

THE 230
Technical Production

Discover the collaborative contributions that costumes, scenery and lighting make to the art of theatre. Explore the materials, technologies, equipment, structures and best practices used in contemporary theatre production.

THE 363
Costume Design

Consider the role of costume design in the theatre process. Learn figure drawing and the use of color media for the production of finished renderings. Historical and contemporary design styles will be considered.

Theatre LIVES

A rising star pursues international stage

After shaping his talent and building his résumé at Berry, Stephen leveraged his theater major and business minor into a job performing with Carnival Cruise Line, traveling the world and sharing his talents with an international audience. Stephen credits his Berry professors and work supervisors who helped mentor and guide him from the stage and scene shop to this opportunity to live his dream of being a professional performer.

Stephen Stamps

Berry College Theatre Company - Current Season

25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee
25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee

October 1-6

Sisters Theatre

Tuesday - Saturday at 7:30pm
Sunday at 2:00pm


November 20-24

Sisters Theatre

Wednesday-Saturday at 7:30PM
Sunday Matinee at 2:00PM


April 4-8

Sisters Theatre

The play Louis XIV didn’t want you to see! Banned after its premiere, this boundary-pushing dark comedy follows a well-to-do family as its patriarch falls under the spell of the humble and pious Tartuffe. Their lives are turned upside down by Orgon’s religious awakening. But is Tartuffe really what he seems? This outrageous classic has been making audiences laugh – and squirm – for over 350 years.

Saturday, Monday-Wednesday at 7:30PM
Sunday Matinee at 2:00PM

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