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Theater professors are experts in all fields associated with theater. These specialist professors generally work in colleges, universities, and specialty theater schools. In all workplaces, their main responsibility is to instruct, guide and mentor the next generation of theater students.
It takes advanced education and training to become a theater professor. You will need to complete a doctorate in the field, after which you will need to spend a few years as an assistant to an experienced theater professor. This experience will help you master the different tasks involved in this role. It will also help to boost your employment opportunities.
Why did you choose to become a theater professor? What is it that drew you towards this role? These are just the first two of many questions that your interviewer will ask you. What you say in reply to their questions will have a major bearing on whether or not you get hired as a theater professor. Other questions are likely to be about your short and long term career goals and your strengths and weaknesses. To see more questions, go to Mock Questions.