Mason School of Theater stresses the ideal that serious practical training and experience, combined with the breadth and vigor of liberal arts study, offers the best preparation for a life in the theater. The School of Theater prepares its vocational graduates for entry into the professional world and/or graduate study with rigorous, concentrated, and individualized training. Theater students develop the ability to solve problems creatively, think critically, write clearly, and express themselves comfortably through speech and movement. In addition, students establish a personal work ethic and take responsibility for personal and group efforts. Mason's School of Theater offers every style of theater imaginable, including period pieces, contemporary plays and musicals, all produced in state-of-the-art venues. Students participate in those productions from day one, working with faculty members who are active professionals in their fields. Learn more about Mason School of Theater on the website: https://theater.gmu.edu.