MFA in Acting | Intro

A Midsummer Night's Dream, 1965-66

Oh! What a Lovely War, 1965-66

Disjunctive Conglomerate, 1971

Oedipus, 1967

The Night of the Iguana, 1966

A Flea in Her Ear, 2005

A Flea in Her Ear, 2005

Kiss Me Kate, 2005

Victor/Victoria, 2001

Sweeney Todd, 2003

The Bacchae Trilogy, 2009

The Bacchae Trilogy, 2009

The Bacchae Trilogy, 2009

Titus Andronicus, 2008

Titus Andronicus, 2008

Mary Stuart, 2011

Mary Stuart, 2011

Mary Stuart, 2011

Into the Woods, 2010

Into the Woods, 2010

Into the Woods, 2010

Into the Woods, 2010

Into the Woods, 2010

The Crucible, 2011

The Crucible, 2011

The Colored Museum, 2011

The Colored Museum, 2011

The Merchant of Venice, 2012

The Merchant of Venice, 2012

The Merchant of Venice, 2012

Waiting for Godot, 2011

Waiting for Godot, 2011

The Rose Tattoo, 2013

After Troy, 2013

After Troy, 2013

A Christmas Carol, 2013

A Christmas Carol, 2013

Angels in America, 2014

Angels in America, 2014

Angels in America, 2014

As You Like It, 2014

As You Like It, 2014

As You Like It, 2014

As You Like It, 2014

Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson, 2013

The Trial of Dedan Kimathi, 2014

Oge Agulué

 

MFA in Acting Program:

Introduction
Frequently-Asked Questions
A Final Word of Advice
Acting Faculty
Program Auditions
Santley Showcase
How to Apply

UCI is devoted to the development of working professional actors: actors who can make for themselves a successful professional life in an extraordinarily competitive field and who possess the skills, insight, intelligence, creativity, and vision to create the theatre of the future. UCI has proven itself notably successful in training working professionals: virtually all of our MFA graduates in the past fifteen years now perform on stages around the country, on and off Broadway, in regional theatres, or in feature films and television series. Many hold faculty positions in university theatre departments (please see our Alumni Newsletter for all details). Such a degree of success cannot be achieved by actors who possess mere professional competence. UCI actors are successfully working in the acting profession because their talent - and their training - has made them exceptional.