THTR5910-WW.Senior Theatre Project/Seminar.Su14.Wallace,William
Senior Theatre Project/Seminar
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(2 credits fall; 2 credits spring) Goals: To provide senior theatre majors with the opportunity to demonstrate their professional abilities through the creation of a substantial research or production project and to prepare students for the transition to careers and/or graduate school. Content: This seminar course focuses on the development of the performing arts professional. Topics include issues in ethics, union and professional association membership, career planning strategies, graduate schools and advanced training opportunities, parallel industry careers, and analyzing growth and change in the performing arts. Parallel to these seminars participants will also be developing their senior project. Techniques for the written and visual documentation of a performance will be examined as well as individual meetings with the project advisor. Taught: Annually. Prerequisites: This is a two semester, two credits per semester course sequence. Seniors must complete both semesters. Only theatre arts majors are eligible to enroll for the senior project seminar. An approved project is required prior to enrolling. Approval of department chair is required to enroll.
Wallace, William, "THTR5910-WW.Senior Theatre Project/Seminar.Su14.Wallace,William" (2014). Historic Syllabi -- full text access limited to internal Hamline administrative staff only. 3502.