King's Theater program

NYCS in Theater

Study in the center of American theater, New York City, where new plays and musicals are created, tested, and showcased and new talent is sharpened, challenged, and celebrated

About

NYCT

Study in the center of American theater, New York City, where new plays and musicals are created, tested, and showcased and new talent is sharpened, challenged, and celebrated. Our campus is a short subway ride from Broadway, Off-Broadway, and off-off Broadway, providing opportunities for young theater artists to witness the wide range of what it means to be a professional in this competitive field. The King’s College hosts actors, directors, producers, stage managers, and agents who speak about what they do and how they do it. We also create networking opportunities with Christian theater artists in NYC who understand the transformative potential of live theater.

About the Program

Courses

NYC Semester in Theater (NYCT) is a 15-credit program. It is designed according to the course framework below.

Program Design

Choose from the following:

  • Theater and Society I (Greeks to Moderns) or Theater and Society II (Contemporary Theater) – 3 credits
  • The Business of NYC Theater – 3 credits
  • Acting (at King’s or at the Matthew Corozine Studio) – 3 credits
  • Music Theater Studio – 3 credits
  • Dramatic Writing – 3 credits
  • Private Voice – 1-3 credits
  • Dance (outside studio) – 3-6 credits
Internships
  • Fellowship for the Performing Arts
  • Aruba Productions
  • Pure Theatricals
  • Sea Dog Theater
  • The Public Theater
  • The Director’s Company
  • Classical Theater of Harlem
  • CRC Productions
  • Idea Machine Studio
  • Master Media

NYCT Leadership & Speakers

King’s Theater faculty includes full-time professors and current leaders of the industry.

Chris Cragin Day

Prof. Chris Cragin Day

NYCT Director
Virginia Pike

Prof. Virginia Pike

Lecturer in Musical Theater
Misti Wills

Misti Wills

Guest Speaker, Director
Carolyn Rossi Copeland

Carolyn Rossi Copeland

Guest Speaker, Broadway Producer
Elizabeth Davis

Elizabeth Davis

Guest Speaker, Tony Nominated Actress
Eliza Ohman

Eliza Ohman

Guest Speaker, Dancer
Max Mclean

Max McLean

Guest Speaker, Artistic Director
Jerron Herman

Jerron Herman

Guest Speaker, Dancer
Don Chaffer

Don Chaffer

Guest Speaker, Composer and Lyricist
bruce long

Bruce Long

Broadway Producer

Hope Chavez

Artistic Producer

Plan Your Application

Consult with your academic advisor or study abroad office (or equivalent) regarding the policies and procedures in place at your institution for enrolling in a semester of study away.  They can help you determine the transferability of credits and of financial aid. Review course options with your academic advisor and the impact they will have on progress toward degree completion.

Application Requirements

Submit all transcripts
Submit Theater Resume & Cover Letter
Letter of Recommendation
For International Students
Complete Enrollment Checklist
Pay Housing Application Fee

Tuition and Housing

The cost for tuition and housing for NYC Semester students from non-partnering schools is $18,000. Please contact your Study Abroad coordinator to receive information on the significant discount received by partner school participants. NYCS students will live in student housing and become an integral part of student life at The King’s College, participating in activities such as group Bible study and corporate worship, student retreats, and campus-wide events around the city.

Calendar

SPRING 2022

Application deadline: October 15, 2021
Class registration deadline: November 15, 2021
Spring classes begin: January 19, 2022

FALL 2022

Application deadline: March 15, 2022
Class registration deadline: April 4, 2022
Fall classes begin: September 1, 2022

Spring 2022 Application Deadline

October 15, 2021

Fall 2022 Application Deadline

March 15, 2022

Contact Information

Questions?

We would love to answer any of your questions. Email us to learn more.