Demonstrate a comprehensive knowledge of Theatre History and Literature from the earliest beginnings of the art to the modern day.
Demonstrate an ability to analyze Theatrical Literature in its many forms and from a variety of viewpoints and perspectives.
Critically evaluate, orally and in writing, the elements of production and performance as conceived by the various artists and executed by actors, technicians, and production personnel.
Apply skills and techniques in working with the materials of technical theatre including those involved in the creation of sets, costumes, makeup, lights and sound.
Communicate interpretations and conceptualizations of theatrical material orally, in writing, and through performance or other means of artistic expression.
Collaborate successfully with other students and artists in the creation and execution of work for the theatre in one or more capacities, including as actors, directors, designers, playwrights, technicians, stage managers and production personnel.
*Retrieved from AMS January 14, 2020. For the most up-to-date information, please contact the program.
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