This course gives theatre artists the tools for moving a story from page to stage. Student directors will study an overview of the role of the director in theatre history, the skills required in analyzing a text for interpretation, and basic organization for creating a production. These skills will then be applied to scene-work (using student actors), as well as the conceptualization and presentation of a theatre piece. Students will be required to attend live theatre performances. This course is subject to a course fee.
|The following courses must be taken prior to this course|
|THA 105 - Introduction to Acting I: Improvisation and Fundamentals with minimum grades of C|
|THA 150 - Theatre Production Workshop I: Introduction to Stagecraft with minimum grades of C|
|THA 114 - Introduction to Theatre with minimum grade of C|