Selected topics that investigate the history, theory, and production of draMA including Dramatic Criticism, Technical Theatre, Directing Problems, and Theatre History. May be repeated when topics vary.
Intensive exploration of various performance styles for the actor from the Classical to Contemporary Periods.
Prerequisite: THEA 3375.
Intensive study and practice in the principles of stage direction including stage movement, script analysis, theatre aesthetics, and audience analysis.
Prerequisite: THEA 4360.
An applied production experience in which students perform in a play, work back stage or on a stage crew, direct or learn to design a play or musical from conception to final production.
Individual study, reading or research with faculty direction and evaluation. Credit for this course is limited to 6 hours in any degree plan.