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Theatre Department
David Ledoux, Asst. Professor of Theatre

777 Elsbree Street
Fall River, MA 02720



Theatre Degree Program

Upcoming Theatre Productions

Bristol Theatre program to perform at the world’s largest performing arts festival

Bristol's Theatre program will devise and perform an original piece of theatre at the 2024 Edinburgh Festival Fringe, the world's largest performing arts festival.

Students will write and develop the production during the upcoming fall and spring semesters, before traveling to Edinburgh, Scotland to perform their work for international audiences. 

Fundraising events for this once-in-a-lifetime learning opportunity are currently being planned, and a comprehensive campaign will be launched this spring. To donate to this initiative, please click here. 


The God You Serve rehearsal From actors scene study and playwriting to voice production and stagecraft, Bristol theatre students learn what it takes to make a career out of their passion for theatre. Learn more about earning an Associate in Arts in Liberal Arts & Sciences, Theatre Concentration from Bristol Community College.

The Theatre Program at Bristol Community College provides a rigorous, meaningful and hands-on training for people who value a life in the arts or who value the principles of being an “educated person.”

You will receive professional-quality theatre training that provides you with the foundational skills necessary to work professionally in an apprentice capacity, or to transfer to a four-year theatre program.

For those looking to get a head start, Bristol offers a new theatre dual enrollment option. This allows high school students to begin taking college-level theatre courses at Bristol while still attending high school.

We welcome you to register for one of our exciting class offerings. 

  • Theatre Colloquium
  • Intro To Theatre
  • Intro To Acting
  • Acting: Scene Study
  • Acting: Voice, Movement, Style
  • Acting: Theatre To Film
  • Voice Production
  • Theatre Design
  • Stagecraft
  • Theatre History: The Early Years
  • Theatre History: The Modern Years
  • Playwriting
  • Theatre Capstone

For more information about the associate in arts in liberal arts & sciences, theatre concentration, please visit the academic catalog.

Upcoming Theatre Productions

Beyond Bristol

The God You Serve rehearsalMany students continue their studies in theatre at four-year institutions such as the Tisch School of the Arts at New York University, Emerson College, Bridgewater State University, Rhode Island College and others.

Bristol alumni have worked in all aspects of theatre performance and administration, both locally and nationally!

Theatre education will support you in your pursuit of a career in the performing arts and entertainment industries. Studying theatre can help you climb! You could become a/an:

  • Actor
  • Director
  • Set Designer
  • Costume Designer
  • Lighting Designer
  • Sound Designer
  • Producer
  • Make-Up Artist and more!

The skills you build in the theatre program can prepare you for jobs outside of the industry, too. Theatre students have gone on to pursue:

  • Teaching
  • Marketing
  • Advertising
  • Law
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Personal Training
  • Event Management
  • Fundraising
  • Sales

Start your journey and enroll to Bristol today[BROKEN LINK]!

Dual Enrollment Option

The Bristol Theatre Program is seeking to enroll a cohort of high school seniors who will be able to complete their final year of high school by being full-time theatre students at the college beginning in Fall 2020.

Students will take all theatre classes and general education classes as well as participate in theatre program productions. The program is seeking interested actors, directors, writers, and designers to participate.

Bristol has a number of relationships with four-year colleges, which will allow for a seamless high school to bachelor's degree pathway, with the added benefit of a year of saved time and money for the students.

The college is currently hosting virtual audition/interviews for interested students. Students should plan to attend an audition/interview date to learn more about Bristol’s dual-enrollment and theatre programs and to share some of their work. Participation in the program is not contingent on an audition/ interview, however, it is strongly recommended.  

Virtual Auditions/Interviews: Auditions/Interviews will be held, by appointment, by a Zoom video meeting, on Wednesdays throughout the spring and summer from 3 p.m. - 5 p.m. Once an appointment has been scheduled, a Zoom meeting link will be emailed one-hour prior to the start of the audition. Accommodations will be made for participants who cannot access the Zoom platform.

Schedule a Virtual Audition/Interview appointment: Please contact Bristol Community College Theatre Coordinator David Ledoux, by emailing David Ledoux or by calling 774.357.3748.

Audition/Interview Preparation:

  • Actors should prepare a one-minute monologue and submit a resume with previous experience.  
  • Writers should submit a resume, writing samples and be prepared to discuss their theatre and/or film experience and goals for the future.  
  • Designers should submit a resume, portfolio, photos, models, or anything else that represents their work.  
  • Directors should submit a resume and be prepared to discuss their experience and artistic goals for the future. Any supporting materials will be welcome.  

Please contact Theatre Coordinator David Ledoux to book an audition appointment or with any questions.