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Theatre Arts

THE TOP 5 THINGS TO CONSIDER WHEN PLANNING A MAJOR IN THEATRE ARTS

  1. The Theatre Experience (TH1101) is the first course in the major andoffered only in fall semester. Students planning a Theater major or minor should ideally take this course in their first semester. This course includes a 2 hour per week practicum scheduled M-Th, 2:00 pm -5:00 pm and gives students practical experience in various aspects of theatre production.
  2. Majors are required to participate in 6 productions, 4 of which must be faculty directed.
  3. A portfolio of student work, including achievements in theatre production, is formally presented in the 3rd year and students are encouraged to attend regularly scheduled Major Meetings.
  4. A portfolio of student work, including achievements in theatre production, is formally presented in the 3rd year and students are encouraged to attend regularly scheduled Major Meetings.
  5. All theatre majors are required to complete a capstone project in an area of interest, such as acting, design, stage management, directing or dramaturgy.