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Program Overview

The Theatre Department offers a curriculum to serve two types of students: those who plan to attend graduate school, those who plan to pursue a career in the profession or to use their training for vocational recreation.

The Theatre Department provides cultural enrichment for the College and the community through its production schedule, representing a “Theatre With A Purpose.” Participation in the productions of the department is open to any student enrolled at Centenary College.

 

Program Requirements

 

Major Requirements

1. Required for all theatre majors:

  • THEA 112 Analysis and Criticism
  • THEA 203 Acting I: Stage Movement
  • THEA 205 Stagecraft
  • THEA 307 History of the Theatre
  • THEA 360 Production I
  • THEA 363 Production II

TOTAL 22

2. Choose 8 hours from the following:

  • THEA 102 Voice for the Stage
  • THEA 103 Voice for the Stage
  • DANC 101 Beginning Techniques of Dance
  • DANC 201 Intermediate Techniques of Dance
  • THEA 204 Acting II: Improvisation
  • THEA 208 AutoCAD
  • THEA 211 Scriptwriting I
  • THEA 290 Interdisciplinary Studies
  • THEA 303 Acting III
  • THAE 305 Acting IV
  • THEA 308 History of the Theatre
  • THEA 311 Advanced Scriptwriting

3. 471: Senior Seminar in Theatre

TOTAL 31

Theatre Minor Requirements

  • General Theatre: THEA 111, 204, 205, 307 or 308, 360, 363.
  • Technical/Design Emphasis: THEA 111, 205, 208, (360, 363 or 460, 463).
  • Directing Emphasis: THEA 111, 203, 205, 360, 363, 460.
  • Acting Emphasis: THEA 102, 103, 111, 203, 204, 360, 363.
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