The Sustainability of Theatre in Colleges and Universities
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From ancient Greece to today, theatre has played a crucial role in the development of society. Over time, theatre has often been criticized or stigmatized, especially today’s theatre programs in colleges and universities. The research will provide insight as to why higher education theatre programs are so heavily stigmatized, and what these programs can do to end the stigmatization to provide lasting and sustainable theatre programs. If the stigmatization of these programs continues, enrollments could potentially decrease, and programs may lose funding, causing Theatre programs to shut down.
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