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A degree in theatre or arts and entertainment management from Dean College opens the door to a world of possibilities. FOLLOW YOUR PASSION You’re creative, driven and talented. You’ve earned leading roles in school productions; you take the lead in lighting and set design; or you’re excited about producing and managing a dance company or a rock band or working front of the house or in the entertainment industry. Your future in arts and entertainment management, film, radio, television and theatre is at Dean College, a leader in the field of the arts in New England. For every performer on stage, there’s also people working hard behind the scenes to make the show happen. A bachelor’s degree in Arts and Entertainment Management from Dean College gives you the tools and experience to launch an exciting career in TV, film, music, producing, dance or theatre management, theme park management, event planning and management, promotions, marketing and beyond. Dean College offers a bachelor’s degree and a minor in Arts and Entertainment Management. You can design your own individualized specialization, or choose one of the following program tracks: DANCE MEDIA STUDIES THEATRE You’ll focus on the business side of show business, studying accounting, finance, marketing and management to learn how to support the arts in a sustainable way. You’ll gain a solid grounding in the liberal arts and have the opportunity to take productio-based courses to understand what it takes to put on a show from every perspective. You’ll also get real-world experience through practical projects, internships and experiential learning opportunities, like participating in conferences or going behind the scenes of some of the biggest entertainment venues in the industry. And you’ll get to network with and learn from leaders in the arts and entertainment industry through programs like “Storytime,” a Zoom series with a talk-show format that has featured big names in the industry, including Ken Davenport, a two-time Tony Award-winning Broadway and Off-Broadway theatre producer, blogger, and writer; Bob Pranga and Debi Staron, creators of Dr. Christmas, a Los Angeles based Christmas and special event design company that create unique holiday themed decorations for celebrity clientele, including Beyoncé, John Legend and Chrissy Teigen, Kevin Hart and many more; and Emma Walton Hamilton, a best-selling and award-winning author, editor, stage and television writer/producer, performer and arts educator. This website uses cookies to ensure you get the best experience on our website.

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