Fordham Theatre graduates work and stay working. Why?
Our program delivers a unique fusion of intimate conservatory training and liberal arts study that will enrich your growth as an artist and cultivate your curiosity.
And our four mainstage shows and up to 20 studio shows each year mean you’ll continually learn by doing.
Whether you want to train to be an Actor, to work in Design and Production, to be a Playwright, or Director, you’ll be surrounded by the opportunities available in the world capital of the performing arts and nurtured by the passionate faculty and guest artists that only NYC can offer.
Join Us on our Mainstage
The 2015-2016 Fordham Theatre Mainstage Season, A Season at the Mountaintop, is our response to recent and past incidences of racial/police violence. We visualize a better society, one in which everyone is included. This is our homage to Dr. King's vision at the Mountaintop. To realize it, we are producing plays that reveal alternative strategies to transcend the abuse of power.
Please join us for the first mainstage presentation of the season: Force Continuum by Kia Corthron. Force Continuum examines the use of fatal force by the police. It is "a jagged, precarious journey whereby all gradually grasp that understanding comes not just through seeing others, but hearing."
More information at fordham.edu/mainstage.