Welcome to CSUF Theatre
BFA AUDITIONS FOR ACTING, DEVISED PERFORMANCE/PHYSICAL THEATRE, & MUSICAL THEATRE:
Feb. 4-5, 2024: Virtual Call Backs
Feb. 9-11, 2024: In Person call backs.
May 11-17, 2024: Second BFA Auditions on campus
August TBD: Week before school starts
The Department of Theatre and Dance at California State University of Fullerton strives to create a diverse inclusive environment that raises awareness, instills compassion, advocates for our community, and supports our students in their creative and academic goals. As a department we are committed to developing innovative and unique educational experiences. We strive to challenge our students to develop their curiosity as artists and cultural leaders of tomorrow. Our goal is to inspire, nurture, challenge, educate, and empower our students.
A Titan Steps Into A Galaxy
Far, Far Away
When Omid Abtahi got the call that he was going to be cast in “The Mandalorian,” he was sure he was dreaming.
“The training I got at Cal State Fullerton, compared to what I've seen out in the real world, is top notch,” says Abtahi. “I’m very proud to be a Titan. I always will be.”
From Disneyland To Universal Studios And Beyond: Alumna Creates Magic With Costume Design
“It sounds cliche, but when you hear that saying, ‘Find something you love and you’ll never work a day in your life,’ it’s true. I get to show up to work every day and do something I’m passionate about,” Karen Weller said. “I’m very grateful for that”
Theatre Professor Awarded Grant To Produce And Stage Latiné/LGBTQ+ Focused Play
Josh Grisetti hopes “The Boys and the Nuns” will become part of the wider narrative surrounding representation in the entertainment industry, which he views as “…desperately [in need of] strong new works by diverse creators featuring diverse characters and stories.”
Musical Theater Showcase Opens Doors To Future Careers In Entertainment
When Kelly Kudlik set foot in New York City for Cal State Fullerton’s B.F.A. musical theatre showcase, her post-graduation plans were unclear. Within a week, she networked with an agent, got a callback for a role with Disney and made plans to move to the Big Apple.
Costume Designer Hyun Sook Kim Takes Award-Winning Designs To International Stage
“My purpose in costume designing is to explore meaningful creations in the theater world. My background and upbringing in Korean culture paired with my current experience living in an American society allows me, as a professor and artist, to view my designs from multiple perspectives and practice with a variety of materials”
Svetlana Efremova-Reed To Appear As Series Regular In Apple TV+’S ‘For All Mankind’
“The students appreciate that I am a working actress because I share my mistakes with them and give advice on how to fix it. You show them the path to success — things they should do, how to practice their craft, how to concentrate, how to rest between takes — everything I teach them prepares them for the profession.”
Telling ‘A Women’s Story’: Theater Professor’s Original Play Honors Greek Legend
When Maria Cominis talks about her grandmother — her “Yiayia” — she takes a moment to retrieve a hardcover book from her desk. Flipping through its gently worn pages, a collection of letters, narratives and diary entries bring her grandmother’s legacy to life.
Do you have a suggestion of a play for next season? Our play submission committee would love to hear from you!
Land Acknowlegement The Department of Theatre and Dance acknowledges our presence on the traditional, ancestral and unceded territory of the Gabrielino/Tongva Nation.
We pay our respects to the Indigenous land caretakers past, present, and emerging. For more information please visit the Gabrielino-Tongva Tribe website