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About our 2017-2018 Season

The 2017-2018 Fordham Theatre Mainstage Season, A Season of the American Landscape: What does it mean to be an American? More information is available on our mainstage page.

Go behind the scenes and explore the making of "Magnolia," the first production of our 2017-2018 Mainstage season.

I'm impressed at the diversity of Fordham. There's a variety of types and styles, and ways of thinking. It feeds into a very refreshing, creative energy... And the camaraderie between students in the Theatre Program is inspiring.
-JoAnne Akalaitis, five-time Obie Award winner

The high quality of training shows in the students' work, which is of the caliber of a graduate program. In last year's senior showcase, I saw an individual approach to character, which demonstrated great inner depth.
-Julie Tucker, Tucker/Meyerson Casting

Learn about Fordham Theatre's Training and Curriculum

Receive rigorous training in performance, text analysis, vocal technique, and movement.

Design and Production

Explore dynamic concentrations in Set Design, Costume Design, Lighting Design, Projection Design, Sound Design and Stage Management.


Join a diverse community of writers developing their craft and exploring their individual voice.


Prepares students to be accomplished storytellers and collaborators through a curriculum that emphasizes multidisciplinary training and experiential learning.

Theatre Minor

For students who want a strong, general education in theatre while majoring within another program or department.


Alumni Spotlight

Stephanie diMaggio

Acting professor and Fordham Theatre grad Stephanie DiMaggio takes the stage as Mary Jane Hanrahan in Stephen Adly Guirgis' Jesus Hopped the 'A' Train, set to run at Signature Theatre Company through November 12, 2017.