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THEA 5283. Advanced Directing (2-2-3) Prerequisites: THEA 5281 with a grade of "C" or better. Advanced directing theories focusing on methods of staging for arena and thrust configurations. Students may only attempt this class twice. (Course Fee Required)


THEA 6106. Introduction to Graduate Research (1-0-1) Student must be a graduate or have permission of instructor. A survey of research methods commonly used in theatre criticism as well as their application to research questions including the collection of bibliographic, dramaturgical, and aesthetic information for the purpose of formulating theses, organizing and writing research papers, or developing conceptual approaches to production.


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 6108. Trends and Strategies in Theatre Education (3-0-3) Strategies and trends in theatre education in public/private schools and professional theatre education are explored and implemented into curriculum development. Observation hours required.


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 6999. Thesis (0-0-1) Student must be a graduate or have permission of instructor. Directed independent study to develop and demonstrate proficiency in an area of theatre research agreed upon by the student and the instructor/thesis supervisor. Topics may come from any area of theatre studies or be combined with production work, but the project must result in a substantial research paper with supporting bibliography. (Course may be repeated in subsequent semesters but may not exceed six hours.) (Course Fee Required)