Theatre (THE) Courses
Descriptions of courses offered in the Theatre Department
A study of the technical and theoretical aspects of theatre arts by means of participation in a stage production. This class will be specifically geared to incoming freshman. An additional fee associated with this course. A not-for-credit option is available. Audition required.
Offered fall semester
This course develops an understanding and appreciation of the art of acting, and establishes the basic elements of the actors' craft through the exploration of the three basic tools of the performer: imagination, voice, and body movement. This class includes the study of acting principles and stage techniques through the use of theatre games, improvisation, and scene performances.
Offered fall semester (even-numbered years)
One to two hours
45 Hours of production assistance per credit hour in preparing and producing a theatre production. Students will work under the direct supervision of the director of the theatre production. A not-for-credit option is available. Prerequisite: instructor consent.
Offered each semester
A study of the technical and theoretical aspects of theatre arts by means of participation in a stage production. An additional fee associated with this course. A not-for-credit option is available. Audition required.
Offered spring semester
Intensive study in a topic in theatre, such as set design, stage makeup, directing, costume design, or technical production. A capstone project related to the field of study will be required. May be repeated for credit when content differs. Prerequisite: THE 2113 or consent of instructor.
Offered fall semester (odd-numbered years)