20-22 credit hours required. Not available for Theatre majors.
The Design and Technical Theatre Minor consists of a concentration of courses in the craft, theory, and art of design and technical theatre. Students from a variety of majors including art, dance, education and music may use the minor to strengthen their preparation for future careers. Students may be given design assignments for one-act plays, or on occasion may design a major faculty-directed production. The minor also prepares students for graduate work in design or technical theatre.
All courses are 3 credits unless noted. Credits are divided as follows:
|DRAM 101||Introduction to Performances Studies|
|DRAM 206||Fundamentals of Technical Theatre (4 credits)|
|DRAM 210||Interpretation and Analysis of Plays|
|DRAM 251||Foundations of Design for Stage (4 credits)|
|Two of the following:|
|DRAM 244||Stage Management|
| DRAM 223
|| Costume Construction (4 credtis)
|DRAM 331|| Costume Design
|DRAM 333||Stage Makeup and Mask Design (4 credits)|
|DRAM 343|| Advanced Stagecraft and Production
|DRAM 353||Scene Design|
|DRAM 355||Lighting Design for the Stage|