The San Jacinto College South Campus Theatre & Film program is committed to creating an environment of learning and community. We purposefully select shows that we feel are relevant to our students, with themes that are applicable to our contemporary life. We are a program that prides itself on creating opportunity for our students. We teach relevant life skills and trades to create well-rounded and experienced individuals ready to enter the workforce. We have taught basic welding, carpentry, sound and light board operation, camerawork and much more.

South Campus Theatre & Film offers a unique and dynamic theatre training program designed with your interests in mind. We will prepare you to excel as a performer, designer, or technician at the university level, or to jump straight into the professional realm of theatre.

 

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Upcoming Production

 

A Wish for Hope

  • A play in two acts featuring immigrant refugee student stories
  • Genre: Theatre in Education (TiE), Dramedy
  • April 21st-23rd & 28th-30th, 2022 - Doors at 7:30pm in the Blackbox Theatre


Summer Internships

Our program also offers several paid work opportunities within the program as well as opportunities to work and perform at professional Theatres throughout the Houston community.  Currently, we offer 5-week summer internships at Stages Houston. For more information, please contact Frank Vela.

 

For the opportunity to apply to be an intern, click here.


Student Initiated Project

We offer our students the opportunity to come forward with an idea for a Student Initiated Project (SIP) and take the reigns in choosing, directing, and putting on a piece of Theater, whether that be a one-act show, community project, light show, or any other work our students are interested in.

 

For more information, please contact Frank Vela.


San Jac South Theatre in the News!

South Belt-Ellington Leader San Jac South Theatre & Film
https://www.southbeltleader.com/Leader7-29-21.pdf

For more information, please contact Frank Vela.