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THEA 5179. Musical Theatre History (3-0-3) Must be a Theatre Major or have permission of the instructor. An historical overview of Musical Theatre History composers, directors, and choreographers.


THEA 5205. Advanced Creative Dramatics (2-2-3) Prerequisites: THEA 3107 with a grade of "C" or better and Admission to Teacher Education. Advanced exploration of integrating creative dramatics into the classroom. Lectures, student projects, and practical classroom experience.


THEA 5245. Advanced Acting (2-2-3) Prerequisite: THEA 4335 with a grade of "C" or better. Advanced exploration of Acting techniques applied to Stylized plays and heightened texts. (Course fee required.)


THEA 5305. Summer Theatre Production (0-5-1) Prerequisite: 1 Credit Hour in any of the Fundamentals courses (1166, 1167, 1168) or Permission of the Instructor. Practical experience in design and/or production in CSU's Riverside Summer Theatre. (Course Fee Required)


THEA 5306. Summer Theatre Performance (0-5-1) Prerequisite: THEA 1245 with a grade of C or better. Practical experience in acting and/or directing in CSU's Riverside Summer Theatre. (Course Fee Required)


THEA 5575. Selected Topics in Theatre Arts (1-0-1) Must be a Theatre Major or have permission of the instructor. Various topics selected by the instructor to meet the needs and interests of the students. May be taken twice for credit with different topics. (Course Fee Required)


THEA 6105. Advanced Children's Theatre (3-0-3) Student must be a graduate or have permission of instructor. Comprehensive study of national and international dramatic literature for children. Research and methodology of producing, managing, and directing theatre for youth in educational and professional settings. (Course Fee Required)


THEA 6107. Graduate History & Literature of the Theatre (3-0-3) Student must be a graduate or have permission of instructor. Interdisciplinary examination of dramatic literature and theatre history from a specific genre, area, or movement within contemporary theatre, studied in the context of important cultural trends impacting the topic.


THEA 6178. Theatre History/Literature 4: Contemporary Topics in Theatre History (3-0-3) Student must be a graduate or have permission of instructor. Interdisciplinary examination of dramatic literature and theatre history from a specific genre, area, or movement within contemporary theatre, studied in the context of important cultural trends impacting the topic.


THEA 6267. Topics in Design (2-2-3) Student must be a graduate or have permission of instructor. The study and application of the skills, techniques, and art of the scenic designer. (Course Fee Required)