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At SUNY Oswego Theatre, we take pride in offering students practical challenges and opportunities to learn by doing, which creates hands-on experience valued by employers.  Our graduates have worked as actors, directors, technicians, designers, publicists, and dramaturgs across the country and across the world. This page chronicles some of their achievements.

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"Oswego gave me a sense of home, a place for me to try new aspects of theatre. I never thought to try and the space to either fail or succeed."

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"Oswego State gave me the opportunity to explore and grow as an artist. Production values and venues are second to none, and the professors were excellent and became life-long friends."

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"At SUNY Oswego, I was able to have the kinds of experiences that I wanted without being expected to fit a particular mold. I was able to act, stage manage, do electrics and dramaturgy in my 4 years, where most other programs limit you to one field."

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"At SUNY Oswego, I discovered myself. What it means to be a person, what it means to be a person in theatre. What it means to be a black man in theatre. Discovering your worth. Discovering what hard work, dedication, and consistency can accomplish. A lot."

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"Oswego was the perfect balance of guidance, mentorship, and freedom: anytime I approached a professor saying "hey, I want to try this new thing", they gave me the tools to learn, opportunities to try new skills, a push when I needed it and encouragement when I stretched myself too thin."