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.

 

We are located at the Marie Spence Flickinger Fine Arts Center at SJC South Campus.

Follow SJC South Theatre & Film on Social Media: @sjcsouththeatre     

 


Upcoming Production

More info coming soon!

 

 

 


Partnerships

South Theatre & Film students volunteered their time and learned about the YMCA's support of vulnerable populations in our community.

YMCAHouston.org

YMCA International
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Student Initiated Projects (SIPs)

El Nagual (An Original Short Film)

"When a young college student comes into possession of a mysterious necklace, an ancient creature begins its hunt."

 

  • Written by: Irene Tulloch
  • Directed By: Derek Fyffe
El Nagual
El Nagual
El Nagual
El Nagual

 

The SIPs are an all student organized, student designed, and student run initiative open to all Theatre & Film Students. The work you see features students from the program, including first time in college students, recently graduated alumni and community members. Each and every person involved has volunteered many hours to this initiative and we couldn’t be prouder.  As you sit back and enjoy this film production, keep in mind that it was 100% produced by THE STUDENTS.  It reflects who they are as individuals, and shines a light on the education they have received in the Fine Arts.  It is the hope of the Theatre & Film Program that the SIPs initiative continues to flourish and demonstrates the talent our students possess when given an opportunity.  Student Initiated Project

We offer our students the opportunity to come forward with an idea for a Student Initiated Project (SIP) and take the reins 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.

 

San Jacinto College Theatre & Film