The theatre arts minor provides an iterative balance of theory and practice that engages students intellectually and creatively. This combination of critical thinking and experiential learning offers students an in-depth understanding of the art of theater, as well as an introduction to the role of theater as both a form of commentary on, and as a reflection of, society and culture. The minor includes student participation in a minimum of three department sponsored theater productions via Theater Ensemble (FNRT-230) and Dramatic Theory and Text Analysis (FNRT-207).
|FNRT-207||Dramatic Theory and Text Analysis|
|Choose three of the following|
|FNRT-204||Music and the Stage|
|FNRT-231||Theory and History of Acting|
|FNRT-301||Theater in Europe|
|FNRT-302||Theater in the United States|
|FNRT-303||Shakespeare the Dramatist|
|FNRT-304||African American Playwrights|
|FNRT-489||Special Topics in Performing Arts|
|FNRT-490||Special Topics in Performing Arts|
* Students must take Theater Ensemble (FNRT-230) three times.
† Students may substitute one credit of Design/Stagecraft Apprenticeship (FNRT-260) for one credit of Theater Ensemble (FNRT-230).