Theatre Minor

The theatre minor offers students a broad-based liberal arts foundation in combination with rigorous and disciplined professional training, in all aspects of theatre and the wider liberal arts.  In completing the requirements for the minor, students must have 9 credits of upper-division coursework.

Requirements

THEA 1000THEATRE PRACTICUM (Repeat three (3) times)1
THEA 1300ACTING I3
Select one of the following3
FOUNDATIONS OF PRODUCTION DESIGN
FOUNDATIONS OF SCENIC PRODUCTION
STAGE AND TV LIGHTING
Select 9 hours of Theatre Electives (must include at least two (2) upper division (3000/4000) courses from the following:9
FILM HISTORY AND APPRECIATION
FOUNDATIONS OF PRODUCTION DESIGN
COSTUME AND MAKEUP FOR THEATRE
SCENIC PRODUCTION LABORATORY
FOUNDATIONS OF SCENIC PRODUCTION
SCRIPT ANALYSIS
THEATRE PRACTICUM II
THEATRE FOR YOUNG AUDIENCES
INTERNSHIP I
MOVEMENT FOR THE ACTOR
DRAWING FOR THE THEATRE
COSTUME PATTERNING AND DRAPING
SPECIAL TOPICS IN THEATRE
ADVANCED PROJECTS IN THEATRE: INDEPENDENT STUDY
VOICE FOR THE ACTOR
ACTING II
DIRECTING I
COLLABORATIVE DESIGN STUDIES
STAGE AND TV LIGHTING
THEATRE HISTORY AND LITERATURE: CONTEMPORARY
THEATRE HISTORY AND LITERATURE:MODERN / 1850-2000
THEATRE AND SOCIAL JUSTICE
SUMMER THEATRE WORKSHOP
ADVANCED PROJECTS IN THEATRE
INTERNSHIP II
SHAKESPEARE ON FILM: THE ART OF INTERPRETATION
ADVANCED ACTING: POST REALISM
ADVANCED ACTING: GREEKS TO RESTORATION
ADVANCED ACTING: ENSEMBLE PLAY PRODUCTION
ADVANCED ACTING: AUDITIONING
CHALLENGES IN PRODUCTION DESIGN
PERIOD STYLES IN DRESS AND DECOR
THEATRE HISTORY AND LITERATURE: CLASSICAL TO 1500
THEATRE HISTORY AND DRAMATIC LITERATURE: RENAISSANCE TO 1800
ADVANCED PROJECTS - CAPSTONE
Total Credits18