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Theatre Courses

THEA 1010 - Theatre Practicum

Practical work in all aspects of production: scenery and costume construction, box office and house management, lighting and sound operation, stage management. This 2 credit hour course is repeatable for a maximum of 10 credit hours total.

Hours:
2



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THEA 1021 - Acting I

An introduction to the art and craft of acting. This course will explore the actor's process from script analysis to performance. This course is for Theater majors, AA and BFA, only. Permission of Department required.

Hours:
3



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THEA 1030 - Voice and Diction

This course focuses on the examination and development of the individual voice focusing on resonance, tone, flexibility, articulation of language, and support for the purpose of transmitting meaning and emotion.

Prerequisite/Corequisite:
Prerequisite: THEA 1021 or THEA 1110

Hours:
3



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THEA 1070 - Performance Studies

Fundamentals of interpretation and performance of various forms of literature, with emphasis on poetry, drama, and prose.

Hours:
3



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THEA 1100 - Theatre Appreciation

Introduction to the art of the theatre emphasizing its theories, means of production, and historical development.

Hours:
3



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THEA 1150 - Fundamentals of Acting

Provides basic techniques and approaches to the art of acting. Fundamentals of Acting is intended to be a beginning acting course - minimal, or no, experience is expected. The course will emphasize developing the actor's instrument and introducing the student to the fundamentals of acting; making the student a more informed observer of the acting experience. Covers the fundamentals of stage terminology, stage movement, and improvisation.

Hours:
3



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THEA 1500 - Stagecraft

Introduction to technical theatre production.

Hours:
3



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THEA 1850 - Musical Theatre Vocal Performance

Exploring vocal (singing) technique and acting technique, then learning to synergize the two through songs chosen from the Musical Theatre canon.

Prerequisite/Corequisite:
Prerequisite: THEA 1021 or THEA 1150 (either course can also be taken as a corequisite)

Hours:
2



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THEA 1851 - Musical Theatre Workshop I

Exploring vocal (singing) technique and acting technique, then learning to synergize the two through songs chosen from the Musical Theatre canon.

Prerequisite/Corequisite:
Prerequisite: THEA 1021 or THEA 1150 (either can be taken as a corequisite as well)

Hours:
2



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THEA 1852 - Musical Theatre Workshop II

Applying the singing/acting techniques explored in Musical Theatre Workshop 1 to songs from the Musical Theatre canon specific to 1875 to 1926. Introduction to script and music analysis.

Prerequisite/Corequisite:
Prerequisite: THEA 1851

Hours:
2



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THEA 2022 - Acting II

Students will build and articulate their individual process based on exposure to a variety of acting methods and tools. The course will involve advanced scene study and performance.

Prerequisite/Corequisite:
Prerequisite: THEA 1021 or permission of instructor

Hours:
3



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THEA 2025 - Audition Technique

The course will explore a variety of theatrical auditions from cold readings to prepared monologues to callbacks, as well as analyze the business of the professional actor including resumes, headshots, correspondence, casting directors and agents.

Prerequisite/Corequisite:
Prerequisite: THEA 1021 or permission of instructor

Hours:
3



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THEA 2070 - Script Analysis

An introduction to the basic principles, techniques, and challenges of script analysis, which will provide students with a methodology that enables them to dissect a play from the perspective of performer, director, and/or designer in preparation for the rehearsal and production process.

Prerequisite/Corequisite:
Prerequisite: THEA 1100

Hours:
3



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THEA 2150 - Principles of Design

A study of the basics of design for theatre. Understanding the use of visual elements (line, form, mass, color, texture, composition) and the language these visual elements use to communicate is foundational to the art of theatre.

Prerequisite/Corequisite:
Prerequisite: THEA 1100

Hours:
3



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THEA 2160 - Drawing for the Theatre

The course will give the student an introduction to the principles of drafting including terminology, USITT national standards and fundamentals, scale and dimension drawings, projection methods, geometric construction, sections, ground plans, auxiliary views and reproduction processes. Both hand and CAD (computer aided design) drafting techniques will be utilized.

Prerequisite/Corequisite:
Prerequisite: THEA 1500

Hours:
3



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THEA 2250 - Design Studio

This course is an activity, or studio, course. Students will participate in drawing and painting using a variety of media and materials. Students will work with figure drawing, still life, sketching, rendering, and other techniques. The focus is not on creating finished works, but in learning the abilities, limits, and qualities of differing media and materials.

Prerequisite/Corequisite:
Prerequisite: THEA 2150

Hours:
4



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THEA 2300 - Movement for the Stage

Introduction to the techniques of vocal production and control and the techniques for expressive stage movement. Emphasis upon the development of individual processes in a studio setting.

Prerequisite/Corequisite:
Prerequisite: THEA 1021

Hours:
3



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THEA 2400 - Stage Combat

This course is an introduction to martial arts for the stage-known as stage combat. Students learn the basics of safe, simulated, unarmed combat: falls, rolls, throws and flips, as well as various punches, kicks and blocks. The basis of safe weapons work, primarily single sword, will be explored as well. Emphasis is placed on actor safety, script interpretation, and acting the simulated violence.

Prerequisite/Corequisite:
Prerequisite: THEA 1021 or THEA 1150

Hours:
3



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THEA 2520 - Costume Construction

This course provides a basic understanding of the technical skills and tools required for a theatrical costume technician. This course will include the study of hand sewing methods, use of a sewing machine, how to read and use a pattern, and a basic understanding of fabrics.

Prerequisite/Corequisite:
Prerequisite: THEA 1500

Hours:
4



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THEA 2525 - Stage Make-up

This course provides an introduction to stage makeup and prosthetics used in theatre.

Prerequisite/Corequisite:
Prerequisite: THEA 1500 and THEA 2150

Hours:
3



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THEA 2610 - Theatre History I

This course will provide a survey of theatre history from its origins to the English Renaissance of the 16th and 17th centuries. The survey will include a review of each major historical period according to its dramatic literature, its production practices and its societal influences.

Hours:
3



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THEA 2620 - Theatre History II

This course will provide a survey of theatre history from approximately 1660 to the present. The survey will include a review of each major historical period according to its dramatic literature, its production practices and its societal influences.

Hours:
3



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THEA 2700 - Theatre for Social Change

Students will investigate using the performing arts to create positive change around a social issue. The course will introduce concepts and applications of theatre for social change, and explore current and historical practices.

Prerequisite/Corequisite:
Prerequisite: THEA 1100

Hours:
3



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THEA 2853 - Musical Theatre Workshop III

Applying the singing/acting techniques explored in Musical Theatre Workshop 1 to songs from the Musical Theatre canon specific to 1943 to 1968. Further exploration of script and music analysis.

Prerequisite/Corequisite:
Prerequisite: THEA 1852

Hours:
2



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THEA 2901 - Special Topics in Theatre

Special interest courses, which may not be transferable, are offered in response to student demand. Permission of instructor required. This 1 credit hour course is repeatable.

Hours:
1



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THEA 2902 - Special Topics in Theatre

Special interest courses, which may not be transferable, are offered in response to student demand. Permissions of instructor required. This 2 credit hour course is repeatable.

Hours:
2



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THEA 2903 - Special Topics in Theatre

Special interest courses, which may not be transferable, are offered in response to student demand. Permissions of instructor required. This 3 credit hour course is repeatable.

Hours:
3



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THEA 3010 - Advanced Theatre Practicum

The class is for students in key leadership production positions - Wardrobe Head, Master Carpenter, Charge Scenic Artist, etc. Emphasis will be given to improving the student's knowledge and skill level in management, efficiency, and craftsmanship. Students will be encouraged to utilize critical thinking tactics while problem solving on a daily basis. This 2 credit hour course is repeatable for a maximum of 10 hours.

Prerequisite/Corequisite:
Prerequisite: THEA 1010 with a grade of C or higher

Hours:
2



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THEA 3030 - Voice & Diction II

This course furthers vocal production and speech work for the actor begun in Voice I and is designed for the serious actor on a professional track of study.  Students continue to practice exercises for centering the breath and body, locating and releasing vocal tension, exploring pitch, tone and range, working towards a free and well-placed voice.  Students review the International Phonetic Alphabet and practice the sounds of expressive American speech for the stage, progressing to dialects from around the world.  Students practice the points of good speech for classic plays as developed by Edith Skinner and instructor.  Application of skills continues with acting Shakespearean scenes, leading to work with Modern and Contemporary scripts.

Prerequisite/Corequisite:
Prerequisite: THEA 1030

Hours:
3



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THEA 3050 - Theatre for Young Audiences

A practical course defining and describing major aspects of children's theatre and its uses financially, artistically and educationally to the artist-in-training. In addition to a brief survey of the history of children's theatre both nationally and globally, this course covers practice and uses of Creative Dramatics, Youth Theatre, and Theatre for Young Audiences.

Prerequisite/Corequisite:
Prerequisites: THEA 1021 or THEA 1150

Hours:
3



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THEA 3060 - Devised Theatre & Solo Performance

This course will immerse students in the exploration and creation of devised theatre and solo performance. Collaborative ability, communication skills, imagination, and risk-taking are the foundations of devised theatre. Students will explore theoretical/historical context and the successive phases of creating, rehearsing, and presenting assigned projects from a variety of starting points.

Prerequisite/Corequisite:
Prerequisite: THEA 1021 or THEA 1150

Hours:
3



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THEA 3070 - Playwriting

This is a practical course exploring the fundamentals of the craft of Playwriting, including understanding dramatic structure, character development, creative dialogue and theatrical technique. This class is an elective for all theatre students.

Prerequisite/Corequisite:
Prerequisites: ENGL 1101 and ENGL 1102 with grades of C or higher and THEA 1100

Hours:
3



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THEA 3110 - Directing

This course introduces the student to the fundamental responsibilities and functions of the director. He/she will study and practice techniques in selecting, auditioning, and casting scenes and will examine techniques in staging. Student directed scenes will culminate the course. This course provides an introduction to the role of the director in the contemporary theatre. As many modern directors exert considerable influence upon the directorial responsibility is a vital part of the major.

Prerequisite/Corequisite:
Prerequisites: THEA 1021 or THEA 1100, and THEA 2070

Hours:
3



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THEA 3160 - Period Styles in Theatre

Study of the techniques for approaching theatrical characterization and production through the perspectives of various historical and cultural styles. Particular attention will be paid to actor and director research, kinesthetic technique and cultural empathy.

Prerequisite/Corequisite:
Prerequisites: THEA 1030 and THEA 2300, and either THEA 1021 or THEA 1150

Hours:
3



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THEA 3200 - Stagecraft II/Lab

The purpose of this course is to present the student with an overview of advanced techniques and professional standards in technical design. Students will work beyond the basics of wood and canvas as explored in Stagecraft. Emphasis is placed on the development of intermediate to advanced wood working, painting, and engineering methods and skills, as well as, safety management and production organization.

Prerequisite/Corequisite:
Prerequisite: THEA 1500 or permission of instructor

Hours:
4



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THEA 3205 - Scenic Design

This course will explore the scenic design process including script analysis, research, rendering and construction. Emphasis will be placed on the application of technique and theory and the process and tools used to successfully communicate visual ideas relating to scenery for the stage.

Prerequisite/Corequisite:
Prerequisites: THEA 1500 and THEA 2150

Hours:
3



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THEA 3210 - Lighting Design

This course will explore the functions and qualities of lighting in nature and theatrical settings. Emphasis will be placed on the application of technique and theory and the process and tools used to successfully communicate visual ideas relating to lighting for the stage.

Prerequisite/Corequisite:
Prerequisites: THEA 1500 and 2150

Hours:
3



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THEA 3220 - Lighting/Audio Production/Lab

The purpose of this course is to expose the student to the basic media used in sound design and engineering for the theatre, including reel-to-reel, cassette, minidisk, digital audiotape (DAT), CD, and digital audio workstations (DAW) and common techniques and equipment for digital, analog, and multi-track sound reinforcement and recording. Students will also develop a thorough understanding of the fundamental and physical properties of electricity, light, and sound. Emphasis is on the design and engineering of special effects, wiring, power distribution, hookup and troubleshooting, audio-visual technology, as well as automated lighting control and programming.

Prerequisite/Corequisite:
Prerequisite: THEA 1500

Hours:
4



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THEA 3222 - Costume Design

This course is designed to explore the costume design process including script analysis, research, rendering and construction. Emphasis will be placed on the application of techniques and theory and the process and tools used to successfully communicate visual ideas relating to costuming for the stage.

Prerequisite/Corequisite:
Prerequisites: ART 1010 and THEA 2150

Hours:
3



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THEA 3225 - Sound Design & Reinforcement

This course is a study of modern methods of vocal reinforcement for the stage and the use of music and sound effects in theatrical production. Students will focus on the technical components of a sound system, script analysis, research, and the use of computerized sound control equipment.

Prerequisite/Corequisite:
Prerequisite: THEA 3525

Hours:
3



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THEA 3250 - Design Studio II

This course is an activity, or studio course. Students will participate in drawing, painting, and model making using a variety of media and materials. Students will build on techniques learned in THEA 2250, and learn new skills. Students will learn advanced rendering skills, as well as, 3D model making. The focus is on creating finished works, as well as, learning the abilities, limits, and qualities of differing media and materials.

Prerequisite/Corequisite:
Prerequisite: THEA 2250

Hours:
4



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THEA 3300 - Movement for the Stage II

This course furthers class work explored in Movement I and is designed for the serious actor on a professional track of study. Focus will be on processes to provide the actor with a freer, more expressive and dynamic physical life on stage. Methods used will include Michael Chekhov's gesture work for specific character development, Alexander alignment work, and Tadashi Suzuki's movement as an acting discipline.

Prerequisite/Corequisite:
Prerequisite: THEA 2300

Hours:
3



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THEA 3500 - Stagecraft III

This course presents advanced topics in stage technology, including advanced rigging techniques, production planning, electronic controls, pneumatics, hydraulics, structural design for the stage and metal fabrication, welding, and other state-of-the-art technologies. Emphasis will also be placed on the design/engineering layout, CAD drafting and execution for an advanced production problem. The Lab component of this course consists of two hours. If possible, students will attend field trips to local scenic studios.

Prerequisite/Corequisite:
Prerequisite: THEA 3200 or permission of instructor

Hours:
4



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THEA 3510 - Lighting Production

The purpose of this course is to expose the student to the basic, thorough understanding of the fundamental and physical properties of electricity and light. Emphasis is on the design and engineering of special effects, wiring, power distribution, hookup and troubleshooting, audio visual technology, as well as automated lighting control and programming.

Prerequisite/Corequisite:
Prerequisites: THEA 1500 and THEA 2160

Hours:
3



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THEA 3520 - Costume Crafts

This course provides a basic understanding of the technical skills and tools required for theatrical costume crafts. This course will include: the study of hand sewing methods; use of a sewing machine; design, construction, and decoration of masks, hats, and other costume accessories.

Prerequisite/Corequisite:
Prerequisite: THEA 2520

Hours:
4



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THEA 3525 - Audio Production

The purpose of this course is to expose the student to the basic media used in sound design and engineering for the theatre, including reel-to-reel, cassette, minidisk, digital audio tape (DAT), CD, and digital audio workstations (DAW) and common techniques and equipment for digital and analog sound reinforcement. Emphasis is on the design and engineering, hookup and troubleshooting, of audio systems for live theatre sound.

Prerequisite/Corequisite:
Prerequisite: THEA 1500

Hours:
3



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THEA 3530 - Acoustics and Psychoacoustics

The purpose of this course is to expose the student to the fundamentals of acoustics and psychoacoustics. Acoustics is the study of the production, control, transmission, reception, and effects of sound; and the qualities that determine the ability of a specific enclosure or construction (such as a theatre) to reflect sound waves in such a way as to produce proximity, clarity and fidelity in human hearing. Psychoacoustics is the study of how humans react to sound. Together they form the basis of sound design for live theatre.

Prerequisite/Corequisite:
Prerequisite: THEA 3225

Hours:
3



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THEA 3550 - Advanced Scene Painting

The purpose of this course is to present the student with an opportunity to develop advanced skills in scene painting and scenic art for theatre and film. Students will hone the skills acquired in earlier classes and acquire new skills. The class will stress not only technique but safety, and environmental responsibility, in dealing with paints and solvents. If possible, students will attend field trips to local scenic studios.

Prerequisite/Corequisite:
Prerequisite: THEA 2500 or permission of instructor

Hours:
4



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THEA 3600 - Stage Management

Basic to advanced training in stage management designed to prepare the student for work in a variety of performance venues. This course will address the construction and maintenance of a promptbook, organizing rehearsals, production meetings, and other stage management topics as well as expose students to practitioners in the professional world of stage management.

Prerequisite/Corequisite:
Prerequisites: THEA 1021 or THEA 1150, and THEA 1500

Hours:
3



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THEA 3620 - Production Management

An introduction to the economics, logistics, and managerial aspects of running a multi-show theatre season. This course is designed to acquaint students with budgeting and managing the technical assets of a theatre and understanding the interconnections of those assets. Special emphasis is given to time management and budgeting personnel.

Prerequisite/Corequisite:
Prerequisite: THEA 1500

Hours:
3



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THEA 3630 - History of Musical Theatre

This course will provide a survey of the history of musical theatre from its origins to the present. Emphasis will be placed on the various other forms of theatre that contributed to the development of the Musical and to the practitioners of both the early and modern forms of musical theatre.

Prerequisite/Corequisite:
Prerequisite: THEA 1100

Hours:
3



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THEA 3640 - History of Costume & Decoration

This is a survey course studying the history of western costume and decorative arts. Students will learn to identify the hallmarks of clothing, furniture, architecture and interior decoration from the Ancient Egyptian to the Modern period. Students will gain an understanding of how these elements function as a reflection of each society and how these elements can be manipulated in the theatre communication process. To that end, students will engage in research and develop a design morgue for each era - to include color renderings of specific elements.

Prerequisite/Corequisite:
Prerequisite: THEA 2150

Hours:
3



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THEA 3650 - Survey of Theatrical Design

This course is a survey of the history of theatrical design and designers. Students will focus on important movements, literature, directors, and designers involved in the history of theatre from the Italian Renaissance to the present. Students will participate in discussions, do research and present information gained in research to the class.

Prerequisite/Corequisite:
Prerequisites: THEA 1100 and THEA 1500

Hours:
3



Notes:
This course is made available as a substitute for THEA 2620.

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THEA 3660 - Major Playwrights

This is a survey course designed to provide an in-depth exploration of a playwright or group of playwrights. Students will study the playwright, the plays, and historical context. Topics and playwrights may be adjusted according to student interests, current trends, season selection, or availability of visiting artists.

Prerequisite/Corequisite:
Prerequisite: THEA 2070

Hours:
3



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THEA 3900 - Junior Seminar

A one hour seminar allowing junior theatre majors to analyze, discuss and eventually structure their artistic goals with the intention of developing their Senior Thesis Project proposal for THEA 4900. This course will serve as a bridge to the student's capstone project in THEA 4900.

Prerequisite/Corequisite:
Prerequisite: Permission of the department

Hours:
1



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THEA 3903 - Advanced Topics in Theatre

The Gainesville Theatre Alliance gives students the opportunity to work in production with professional designers, actors, directors, and technicians. This course is presented as another opportunity to take advantage of those professionals' presence on our campus in a formal classroom setting. THEA 3903 classes will be taught by a Professional Artist in Residence (with appropriate credentials), or team taught by a faculty Instructor of Record and visiting Professional Artist in Residence. The topic of each section will be specific and will vary from previous and post sections. The classes will focus, in detail, on methods and ideas that are normally beyond the scope of most required Theatre classes and will take advantage of the specific knowledge-base of a visiting Professional Artist in Residence. This class is intended to be repeatable.

Hours:
3



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THEA 3950 - Advanced Production Project

This course is designed to bring together all the learning experience of a theatre student. Students will work with faculty and classmates to conceptualize and realize a costume, lighting, or scenic design. Students may also act as a technical director or costume shop manager for a production. Students will be required to present full documentation of the process, as well as, present and defend a paper based on the project.

Prerequisite/Corequisite:
Prerequisite: Permission of the Theatre Department

Hours:
3



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THEA 4111 - Directing II

This course provides a comprehensive exploration of the role of the director in the contemporary theatre. As many modern directors exert considerable influence upon the total artistic vision of theatre production, the student's understanding of the directorial responsibility is vital. Students will build on knowledge gained in THEA 3110, Directing, study staging techniques for varied audience-actor relationships (thrust, arena, etc.), and advanced study of directing technique. The course culminates in a fully produced studio project.

Prerequisite/Corequisite:
Prerequisite: THEA 3110

Hours:
3



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THEA 4200 - Advanced Scenic Design

This course is an advanced study of lighting design for the stage. Students will design and defend design choices for musicals, opera, and non-realistic theatre events with both historical and modern contexts. The focus will be on conceptualization, documentation, and communication of the design idea.

Prerequisite/Corequisite:
Prerequisites: THEA 3205 and THEA 2250

Hours:
3



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THEA 4210 - Advanced Lighting Design

This course is an advanced study of lighting design for the stage. Students will design and defend design choices for musicals, opera, and non-realistic theatre events with both historical and modern contexts. The focus will be on conceptualization, documentation, and communication of the design idea.

Prerequisite/Corequisite:
Prerequisites: THEA 3210 and THEA 3510

Hours:
3



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THEA 4215 - Media and Projections for Theatre

The purpose of this course is to expose the student to the basic media, software, and equipment used in projections for theatrical productions. The aesthetics of using projections in a production, as well as the possibilities and limitations will be explored and discussed. Students will learn basic and advanced software systems for control of projections in theatre, as well as, the design and engineering, hookup and troubleshooting of projection systems for live theatre.

Prerequisite/Corequisite:
Prerequisite: THEA 3510

Hours:
3



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THEA 4220 - Advanced Costume Design

This course is an advanced study of costume design for the stage. Students will design and defend design choices for musicals, opera, and non-realistic theatre events with both historical and modern contexts. The focus will be on conceptualization and communication of the design idea.

Prerequisite/Corequisite:
Prerequisites: THEA 3222 and THEA 2250

Hours:
3



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THEA 4225 - Advanced Sound Design

This course will familiarize students with recording instruments and mixing and mastering music tracks. Students will also learn the complexities involved in creating and controlling sound for musical theatre including using wireless mics, mixing for a musical, musical instrument reinforcement, and loudspeaker placement. Students will create several pieces of composed music including scores for theatre and film and integrate other learned skills to create sound designs for plays using computer sound control software and hardware. Finally, the course will prepare students for transitioning to working in the profession.

Prerequisite/Corequisite:
Prerequisite: THEA 3225

Hours:
3



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THEA 4520 - Advanced Costume Construction

This course provides advanced understanding of the technical skills and tools required for a theatrical costume technician. This course will include the study of advanced costume construction techniques, how to drape and pattern, and an advanced understanding of fabrics.

Prerequisite/Corequisite:
Prerequisite: THEA 2520

Hours:
4



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THEA 4600 - Theatre Management

This course is an introduction to the economics and managerial aspects of the American Theatre.

Prerequisite/Corequisite:
Prerequisites: THEA 1100 and THEA 1500

Hours:
3



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THEA 4620 - Advanced Stage Management

Advanced Stage Management will provide students with additional tools to make the transition from stage managing in an educational environment to professional theatre. Topics include: calling complex cues; calling a show from a musical score; protocols for stage combat, weapons, and special effects backstage and on stage; interfacing with the design team and the stage manager's role in new play development; AEA rules and other professional trade unions; strategies for finding and keeping work; and more.

Prerequisite/Corequisite:
Prerequisite: THEA 3600

Hours:
3



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THEA 4900 - Senior Seminar

This is a one credit hour required exit course designed to bring together all learning experiences of a theatre student. A seminar class utilizing the efforts of every theatre faculty member and focusing on artistic goals, artistic integrity, professional ethics, professional organizations, finding and retaining work, negotiations for salary and benefits, and financial planning and management, culminating in a 30 minute interview and assessment.

Prerequisite/Corequisite:
Prerequisite: THEA 3900

Hours:
1



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THEA 4910 - Senior Production Project

This 1 credit hour elective course is designed to bring a capstone learning experience to a student; with increased responsibility by the student for the final product. Students will work with faculty and classmates to conceptualize and realize a costume, lighting, or scenic design; act as technical director, costume shop manager, director; or otherwise take part in the mounting of a full, student driven, Discovery Series production. Students will be required to present full documentation of the process. This will take the form of production documents, including, but not limited to- technical drawings, renderings, promptbook, rehearsal notes, performance reports, process and/or production photographs, and/or other documentation. Each project will be determined in the student's junior year in THEA 3900.

Prerequisite/Corequisite:
Prerequisite: THEA 3900 and permission of the department

Hours:
1



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THEA 4950 - Professional Theatre Technology Internship

This internship serves as the capstone to the candidate's training for the Theatre Technology Certificate. Each candidate must complete a minimum of 150 hours of work/study with a reputable and/or participating commercial theatre, scenic/lighting production shop, lighting installation/rental company, rigging installer, sound reinforcement or special events company. Each candidate will prepare and defend a portfolio and resume of work produced during the candidate's training period. Each employer will prepare a written statement/evaluation of the work performed by the internist.

Prerequisite/Corequisite:
Prerequisite: Permission of the Theatre Department

Hours:
4



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