If you are having problems with the Common Application and the required CCM Supplement, please hit submit on your Common Application. If you still can’t access the CCM Supplement after receiving the email with the exact link, your username, and your password, please contact Acting CCM Drama Chair k. Jenny Jones at firstname.lastname@example.org and ask for help finding and completing the CCM Supplement.
The Drama Department at CCM is recognized nationwide for its quality and history of training successful young actors. Our "first-rate BFA program in acting" (Backstage) creates graduates who are following careers in theatre, fim, television, and in national media. It is widely recognized for its intensive training and comprehensive Conservatory approach to training the whole actor.
Dramatic performance training at CCM includes:
The 2013-2014 school year will be the 31st year of training actors who earn the BFA in Dramatic Performance degree from the College-Conservatory of Music (CCM) at the University of Cincinnati. Check our * NEW * special page 31 at 31 under the Notable CCM Drama Alumni page to read about 31 actors for our 31st year.
In our 31 year history we have welcomed actors from around the nation and the world. These actors found what they were looking for in our BFA program and chose to study in Cincinnati in our exciting program.
We are a busy school. The actors in our program are busy. We would have it no other way. We play hard, we train voraciously, and we reach for the stars.
If you are interested in CCM Drama, use the Common Application to apply to the University of Cincinnati and apply to CCM to schedule your appointment. Applications will become available on-line August 1, 2013 and are due by December 1, 2013. Please explore the additional Drama web-pages to learn all you can about one of the most exciting Drama programs in the country.
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Based on the Myths of Ovid
Written and originally directed by Mary Zimmerman
Directed by guest artist D. Lynn Meyers
Playing Feb. 5 (preview) - 9, 2014, in Patricia Corbett Theater.
Learn more about this performance by visiting ccm.uc.edu/boxoffice/metamorphoses.
Diana Maria Riva (CCM Drama 1995) most recently starred on The Good Guys on FOX with Bradley Whitford and Collin Hanks. Film credits include What Women Want, Our Family Wedding, and 17 Again. Television credits include Side Order of Life, Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip, The West Wing, CSI, Everybody Loves Raymond, and NYPD Blue.
Aaron Serotsky (CCM Drama 1998) Credits include the Broadway production of August, Osage County and the Off-Broadway production of Frankenstein, andthe First National Tour of the musical Titanic. He is next appearing in The Blue Flower opening this fall at Second Stage Theater. He has worked at the Denver Center Theatre Company, Seattle Rep, George Street Playhouse, and Northlight Theatre in Chicago. Television credits include Law & Order, Guiding Light, and All My Children.