Boston Conservatory at Berklee is redefining musical theater by fostering artistic authenticity and diversity in all forms. We celebrate individuality, not types, and embrace diverse measures of success—from Broadway and regional theater to artistic revolutions and new approaches yet to be imagined.


  • B.F.A.
    Bachelor of Fine Arts in Theater: Musical Theater
    Four-Year Program

WATCH: The cast from Boston Conservatory's 2022 production of Rent perform on Berklee's Two Track video series.

Regional Theater Awards

Boston Conservatory at Berklee Excels at the 2022 Elliot Norton Awards

Conservatory community members won in the categories of Outstanding Performance by an Actor for a Midsize Theater, Outstanding Performance by an Actress for a Midsize Theater, and Outstanding Choreography. 

Student Spotlights

  • May 26, 2022

    The first-year musical theater student is the inaugural recipient of the Chita Rivera Scholarship Award.

  • May 26, 2022

    The first-year musical theater student is the inaugural recipient of the André De Shields Scholarship Award.

By the Numbers

  • 280 Undergraduates
  • 16 Graduates
  • 75 Faculty

Alumni Back on Stage

Scores of Boston Conservatory Alums Bring Broadway Back to Life

Following an almost-two-year hiatus, more than 50 Boston Conservatory alums are bringing in-person theater back, both on and off Broadway and through national tours.

Meet Your Mentors

Virtual Experiments Give Igor Golyak’s Local Theater a Global Stage

Conservatory faculty member Igor Golyak’s innovations in virtual theater making have attracted a worldwide audience and big-time collaborators. 

From the Stage to the Classroom

Q&A with Brian Dillon

Theater faculty member and Conservatory alum Brian Dillon reflects on balancing teaching and performing, and how he brings lessons from his vibrant Broadway career into the classroom.

Interested in Vocal Pedagogy?

Boston Conservatory is one of the only schools in the world to offer an M.F.A. in Musical Theater: Musical Theater Vocal Pedagogy, a sister program to the Music Division's popular M.M. in Vocal Pedagogy program. Learn more

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