Theatre Arts Immersion

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Overview

The theatre arts immersion offers courses in dramatic literature, theatre history, theory, and practice. Students expand their knowledge of dramatic and theatrical arts as well as study the role and function of theatre in the broader contexts of history, culture, and the communication of ideas.

Notes about this immersion:

  • At least one course must be taken at the 300 level or higher.

The program code for Theatre Arts Immersion is THEATR-IM.

Curriculum for Theatre Arts Immersion

Course
Electives
Choose three of the following:
   PRFL-220
   Theatre Ensemble*
   PRFL-221
   Fundamentals of Acting
   PRFL-227
   Dramatic Theory and Text Analysis
   PRFL-230
   Devising Theatre: Creating Ensemble Based Performance
   PRFL-321
   Traditions of Theatre in Europe
   PRFL-322
   Traditions of Theatre in the U.S.
   PRFL-323
   Traditions of Shakespearean Theatre
   PRFL-324
   African American Playwrights
   PRFL-327
   American Musical Theater
   PRFL-330
   Performing Identity in Popular Media
   PRFL-331
   Fundamentals of Directing
   PRFN-144
   Dance I: Jazz and Hip Hop†
   PRFN-200
   Appreciation of Theatrical Design
   PRFN-245
   Dance II: Modern Dance and Ballet†

* Theatre Ensemble counts for one credit hour. The ensemble course may be taken up to three times for a total of three credit hours toward the Theatre Arts Immersion.

† Only one dance class may be counted toward completion of the Theatre Arts Immersion.

‡ At least one course must be completed at the 300-level or above.