Theater Arts

 

 

For Chabot College Coronavirus resources and updates, CLICK HERE!  

CLICK HERE to see the full Fall '21 Theater Arts Class Schedule!

With the exception of the online course THTR 10, all Theater Arts classes will resume on-campus! 


To audition for Uncle Vanya, CLICK HERE to sign up!

Submit a play for Emerging Works!

THTR 30 – Emerging Works is dedicated to producing original student written plays.  If you have a 10 to 20 minute play you would like to be considered for production, please send a current draft of your play to Theater Professor Dov Hassan at: dhassan@chabotcollege.edu

When submitting, please be sure to include the following information:
• Your name
• A working title for your play
• One to two sentences of what the play is about


PRESENTING

STAGE ONE the PODCAST

NOW AVAILABLE FOR STREAMING ON ALL MAJOR PODCAST PLATFORMS!

Chabot Theater launches our first production of podcast plays! We present to you 5 original plays with 3-part episodes. Written, performed, and recorded by students, the 3-part podcasts. Find them on your favorite streaming platforms! Click here for a full list, or use the quick links below!

SPOTIFY PODCASTS
APPLE PODCASTS 
GOOGLE PODCASTS         
                  

Visit our STAGE ONE the Podcast page for episode previews and more information on the podcasts!

5 Original Podcasts:
The Retreat
Condemned
Richmond High Murders
Queen of Chicago
Tenants of Discord

 stage one

 


 

ABOUT THE PROGRAM

Theater Arts at Chabot is dedicated to serving theater students, the campus community and the community at large. In addition to courses in all the many areas of theater; Acting, Writing, Directing, Technical Theater, Voice, Movement, History and more, we offer a wide range of theater productions. Our mainstage theater productions give students the opportunity to use all the skills they are learning in other courses and apply them under the guidance of a faculty director.

While study in Theater Arts at Chabot College advance a student’s abilities as a theater artist, they also contribute to the growth of the whole person. Social consciousness, connection to self, personal responsibility, collaboration, creativity, problem solving under stress, critical thinking, are just of a few of the things participation in theater helps a student develop. Though many of our students go on to further study in theater as well as becoming professionals in the field, all of our students carry the lessons and memories they learned from their theater experiences into whatever they do next.

 

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Contact Us

Dov Hassan
Theater Arts Coordinator
Building 1100, room 1119
dhassan@chabotcollege.edu

Sopernn “Beeh” Keo
Ticketing Services
Building 1100, room 1124
skeo@chabotcollege.edu      510.723.6732


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Programs


 

Programs Associate
Degree
Transfer
Degree
Certificate
Acting: Advanced
Acting: Fundamentals
Technical Theater
Theater Arts
Theatre Arts