Robert Brock, MFA, Program Coordinator
Goodhue Academic Center, Room 303
(270) 384-7382 firstname.lastname@example.org
The mission of the Theatre Program is to provide a nurturing and
challenging artistic environment that celebrates our history and
anticipates our future and to enhance the cultural and aesthetic
experience of our campus and community through quality productions
and educational outreach.
The Theatre Program is to provide:
- Basic knowledge of the main components of the Theatre Arts,
- Appreciation of the historical and present impact of theatre on
Students seeking a Theatre Minor will:
- Analyze and create solutions to specific challenges of the
theatre production process.
- Critically analyze dramatic works.
- Apply the knowledge and skills gained in the classroom directly
to rehearsal and performance.
- Understand Theatre as a vitally important force for
communication and understanding in an increasingly multi-cultural
A. General Education
Requirements: 36-47 hours
B. Program Requirements:
- Introduction to Theatre Arts (THEA 1313) - 3 hours*
- Fundamentals of Acting (THEA 1323) - 3 hours*
- Introduction to Directing (THEA 1333) - 3 hours*
- Practicum I (THEA 1341) - 1 hour
- Practicum II (THEA 1351) - 1 hour
*This course may satisfy general education
C. Program Electives (select
from the following): 9 hours
- Acting II (THEA 2323) - 3 hours
- Directing II (THEA 2333) - 3 hours
- Children's Theatre (THEA 2413) - 3 hours
- Voice & Movement (THEA 2513) - 3 hours
- Acting III (THEA 3323) - 3 hours
- Playwriting (THEA 3333) - 3 hours
- Dramatic Literature Survey (THEA 3423) - 3 hours
Students applying for graduation with a minor in Theatre must
schedule an exit interview with the Theatre Program Coordinator.
Prior to the exit interview, each student will prepare a two-minute
monologue from a play. Students must be prepared to answer
questions about the monologue; these questions may be obtained from
the Program Coordinator.
TOTAL: 128 credit