The Wallace State Community College Theatre program provides quality training and production opportunities for students wishing to pursue a career in theatre, those who plan to acquire a degree in theatre, and students who simply enjoy the craft. Wallace State Theatre students have the opportunity to participate in two productions per year, including one play and one musical. Theatre courses include Theatre Appreciation (live and online), Acting I and II, Directing, Voice and Speech, Theatre Workshop, and Introduction to Dance for Theatre in conjunction with the Wallace State Singers. Scholarships are available by audition for cast and crew members, including actors, directors and playwrights.




Meet the Instructor

Angela Green

Angela Green holds an MFA in Acting from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and a BS in Theatre with Speech and Dance minors from Troy State University. She joined Wallace State in 2021 as the new instructor of Theatre in the Fine and Performing Arts Department, which marked her 21st year in education.

Before joing the faculty at Wallace, she was an instructor of Theatre at Calhoun Community College for 10 years. While at Calhoun, Ms. Green also served as the movement coach and choreographer for the Calhoun Theatre Department. She was also the lead costumer for many Calhoun Theatre productions.