Why Study Stage and Production Management?

    Call the shots and watch your creative eye come to life in the heart of New York City. As a stage or production manager, you’ll blend critical logistics with artistic vision and collaborate with production teams from first rehearsal to closing curtain. Our program emphasizes the interconnectivity between management, leadership, and the technical aspects of theatre arts to bring stories to life on stage.

    Why Study Stage and Production Management at MMC?

    The B.F.A. in Stage and Production Management offers students opportunities to stage manage a main stage, studio, and off-site productions; study with New York theater professionals; establish professional contacts with AEA Stage Managers; and obtain internships with some of New York’s best theatres.

    This program combines classroom and practical applications within a robust liberal arts education. We prepare students for successful professional careers while offering the education needed to be global citizens.

    Located in the heart of Manhattan, students in the B.F.A. in Stage and Production Management truly learn to use New York City as their campus. Whether you are attending productions on or off-Broadway, in venues downtown or in Brooklyn, or traveling to an off-campus internship, students experience all that the city has to offer.

    What You Will Learn

    As a Stage and Production Management major, you will:

    • Develop management, organizational, technical, and cue calling skills that support a variety of production styles and settings while working on College and professional productions;
    • Build upon communication and collaboration skills needed to become a successful member of creative and production teams, and;
    • Develop the ability to discuss and problem solve physical and technical production needs, including using non-traditional research skills.


    Careers and Outcomes

    With a B.F.A. in Stage and Production Management, you will be well prepared for careers as stage and production managers in theatre and dance. With the transferrable skills gained from this program, you can take your training to all walks of life and use those skills in areas such as arts administration and management, producing live and corporate events, show running, company management, project management, wedding planning, and many more!


    • Production Manager
    • Stage Manager
    • Event Coordinator
    • Producer
    • Production Assistant


    • The York Theatre
    • Sleep No More at the McKittrick Hotel
    • Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts
    • New Jersey Performing Arts Center
    • Universal Studios Hollywood

    The Theresa Lang Theatre

    No matter your major or concentration, Theatre Arts students have the opportunity to learn, design, work, and perform in the College’s 250-seat theatre. From our intimate J. William Bordeau Box Theatre to the Great Hall, MMC has a range of performance spaces serving the Theatre Arts program.


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