M.F.A. Acting Program Recognized as one of the "5 Most Underrated MFA Acting Programs"
The School of Theatre and Dance's M.F.A. in Acting for the Returning Professional program was recently recognized as one of the "5 Most Underrated MFA Acting Programs" by OnStage Blog.
In deciding its rankings, OnStage Blog considered programs' facilities, cost, faculty, admissions, curriculum, career and alumni support, and performance opportunities.
Kent State's M.F.A. in Acting for the Returning Professional is designed for experienced actors looking to refine their acting process and study performance pedagogy.
The two-year intensive program is rooted in a curriculum of acting, voice and speech, and movement, as well as instruction in college-level teaching.
Beyond opportunities at Kent State, M.F.A. candidates enjoy Northeast Ohio's vibrant arts scene, including nearby Cleveland Play House and Great Lakes Theater.
Kent State is also home to an URTA Tier-II Equity Theatre. Porthouse Theatre provides additional opportunities to M.F.A. candidates during the summer.