Theatre Arts

Theatre Arts

Let your career take center stage with a Minor in Theater Arts!

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Theater is a collaborative art form where different arts, disciplines and fields of knowledge converge to create a sensorial experience much greater than the sum of its parts. The Theater Arts Minor is designed to enhance a major area of study and provide personal enrichment. The minor is for students who need to demonstrate a wide range of interests, particularly students in the Humanities, Communication, Marketing, and the Arts. A Theater Arts Minor offers flexibility in career searches and is considered an asset by graduate schools.

Students who add the Theater Arts Minor to their degree will develop their creative skills, expand their knowledge of theater and performance and become more competitive in their field.

What You Will Study

The Theater Arts Minor Certificate has no required courses, offering students the opportunity to design their own minor with a focus on the subjects of their choice. The certificate focuses on interdisciplinary practical and collaborative work, allowing students to develop skills that will complement many other fields of study. You develop skills in directing, acting, public speaking and communication, lighting, stage and costume design, or skills in managing publicity and production. You should book an advising appointment with the Theater Department head for advising to learn about the courses offered and to plan a minor that best complements your major and educational goals.

To complete the Theater Arts Minor you need to take five courses (15 credit hours) from a range of offerings. A minimum CI of at least 2.0 is required for the completion of a minor.

Deree Minors Theatre Arts

what you will study


You can choose any of the following courses provided you have fulfilled any prerequisites they may have:

The Making of TheaterStagecraft

Movement for the Stage

The Actor’s Process

Voice and Speech I

The Space of Performance

Performance in Athens

The Theatrical Event

Introduction to Theater Practice

Sound in Theater

The Face and the Mask

Movement For The Stage Practitioner

Voice and Speech II

Stage Lighting

Practical Dramaturgy

Acting The Scene

The Scenographic Space of Performance

The Directing Process

Performance as a Political and Social Act

Theater as a Collaborative Practice

Computational Media and Interactive Art

Costume Design

Stage Combat and Choreography

New Spatialities: Contemporary Performance and Outdoor Space

Advanced Acting

Advanced Directing

Critical Practices And Contemporary Performance

The Classical Tradition In Contemporary Contexts

Performing Repertory

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