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Theatre Arts

The Blinn College Theatre Arts Program cultivates a quality educational foundation of study, application, and experience through a wide range of performance, technical, and production studies. The Associate of Arts degree plan integrates the artistic, technical, and academic disciplines of theatre from the classroom to the stage. Moreover, students have the opportunity to audition for a variety of performances related to drama and theatre, and are prepared to transfer to major four-year colleges and universities.

Blinn's Theatre Arts Program blends classroom instruction with practical experience. The Dr. W.W. O’Donnell Performing Arts Center hosts at least four Brenham Campus student performances each year, and serves as home to the Performing Arts Series, which hosts four nationally touring shows each academic year. Through these activities, students gain on-stage experience and behind-the-scenes experience helping to prepare for a professional touring performance.

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Blinn-Bryan Theatre Troupe brings the holiday spirit to downtown Bryan with a magical retelling of the Nativity Blinn-Bryan Theatre Troupe brings the holiday spirit to downtown Bryan with a magical retelling of the Nativity

'The Second Shepherd's Play' runs at St. Andrew's Episcopal Church Dec. 1-3

Through reverse transfer, Blinn College District students can earn their associate degree after transferring Through reverse transfer, Blinn College District students can earn their associate degree after transferring

Students can apply for reverse transfer through a simple online application

Blinn-Brenham Theatre Arts opens season with "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest" Blinn-Brenham Theatre Arts opens season with "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest"

Students and faculty will bring the show to the O'Donnell Center Oct. 7-10