Theatre - Stage Management Emphasis Requirements (BFA)

Major Requirements - 78 units
THEATRE 110INTRODUCTION TO THEATRE (GA)4
THEATRE 120INTRODUCTION TO ACTING3
THEATRE 225SCRIPT ANALYSIS3
THEATRE 251INTRODUCTION TO TECHNICAL THEATRE4
THEATRE 252INTRODUCTION TO THEATRICAL DESIGN3
THEATRE 204PRACTICUM - STAGECRAFT1
THEATRE 206PRACTICUM - COSTUMING1
THEATRE 242STAGE MAKE-UP2
THEATRE 332DIRECTING I3
Select 12 units from the following History/Lit courses:12
SURVEY OF MODERN DRAMA
MULTICULTURAL DRAMA OF THE UNITED STATES (DV)
HISTORY OF THE THEATRE THROUGH 1550 A.D.
CONTEMPORARY DRAMA
THEATRE 260PRODUCTION STAGE MANAGEMENT3
THEATRE 345COSTUME HISTORY3
THEATRE 354TECHNICAL DIRECTION3
THEATRE 433DIRECTING II3
THEATRE 454PERIOD DECOR AND SCENIC STYLES3
THEATRE 460ADVANCED STAGE DESIGN AND TECHNOLOGY3
Select 6 units from the following:6
PRACTICUM - SOUND
PRACTICUM - LIGHTING
PRACTICUM - MAKEUP
SUMMER THEATRE PRODUCTION
PRODUCTION PRACTICUM - STAGE MANAGER
PRODUCTION PRACTICUM - SCENERY
PRODUCTION PRACTICUM - LIGHTING
PRODUCTION PRACTICUM - COSTUMES
PRODUCTION PRACTICUM - SOUND
Or others by departmental approval
THEATRE 499SENIOR PROJECT3
In consultation with advisor, select 15 units from the following:15
ACTING: PROBLEMS OF STYLE
VOCAL PRODUCTION AND STAGE SPEECH
INTRODUCTION TO MUSIC THEORY (GA)
INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION (GS)
AUDIO PRODUCTION I: FUNDAMENTALS OF AUDIO
COMMUNICATION AND TEAM BUILDING (GH)
Or other courses approved by the department
Total Units78
Writing Requirement
Grade of B or better in the writing portion of one Theatre History/Lit course:3
SURVEY OF MODERN DRAMA
HISTORY OF THE THEATRE THROUGH 1550 A.D.
THEATRE HISTORY AND DRAMA: 1550-1830
CONTEMPORARY DRAMA

An exit interview is required for this major.

Note: Each student in the BFA option designs a program in consultation with an advisor. Courses appropriate to the student’s needs and area of emphasis may be selected from any department in the university. The program must include a 3-unit Production Project (THEATRE 499) in the area of emphasis. The entire program must be planned and presented to the department for approval. A 2.75 grade point is required in the approved program for graduation.