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Theatre

The Department of Theatre offers comprehensive course work, leading to a Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Theatre or a Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) in Theatre. The BA degree is designed for students interested in a broad-based theatre education or who intend to go into the areas of design, management, applied theatre, PK4-12 education or performance-related studies. The Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) in Theatre is an intensive degree for students seeking a specialized in-depth study of Acting, Costume Production, Stage Management, or Technical Production. BA, BFA and Theatre Education emphasis degree options are designed to build on the basic theatre skills developed in the required department core. The following courses of study are available.

The Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) in Theatre is a 130-credit program which provides intensive specialized coursework for students seeking professional training in one of four separate tracks: acting, costume production, stage management, or technical production. Admission to each BFA track is selective and competitive. Students enrolled in the Bachelor of Fine Arts curriculum gain practical experience and apply the skills developed in the classroom through participation in the department’s active production program as well as in workshops, classroom projects, and related activities in conjunction with other disciplines in the Peck School of the Arts. Studio, rehearsal, and performance courses constitute a major component of the BFA program.

Students follow an integrated curriculum, based on a focused and specialized array of courses. Students select from a limited array of electives, specific to their particular area of specialization. The senior year offers flexibility to participate in advanced studio work, internships, and independent projects both on and off campus. The following BFA tracks are offered:

• BFA Acting: Acting students acquire technical proficiency in voice, speech, movement, and theatre performance styles. The curriculum emphasizes public performance in a wide variety of theatrical styles and genres, supported by ongoing studio work to build artistic development.
• BFA Costume Production: Costume Production students acquire proficiency in costume construction, patternmaking, draping, painting and dyeing, tailoring, millinery, and shop management.
• BFA Stage Management: Stage Management students acquire proficiency in pre-production planning, rehearsal scheduling and management, and performance management including recording and executing sound, electrics, and scenery/rigging cuing, and costume and property tracking.
• BFA Technical Production: Technical Production students acquire proficiency in drafting, properties production, audio production, scenic construction and rigging, lighting production, and shop management.

The Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Theatre is a 120-credit program providing broad-based coursework in a wide range of subjects within the discipline of theatre and encouraging an open exploration of the art form. Theatre BA students gain practical experience through participation in the department’s active production programs as well as in workshops, classroom projects, and related activities in conjunction with other disciplines in the Peck School of the Arts. Because of the general nature of the degree, students are afforded the opportunity to emphasize in areas of theatre that are best supported by a broad-based theatre education. All of the emphases allow for significant elective study in related areas of theatre, minors, and disciplines specific to a student's individual interest. The following emphases are offered:

• Acting: This emphasis provides a limited range of performance techniques, voice, production, and stage movement skills for students who desire to study a wide range of related theatre subjects.
• Applied Theatre: This emphasis focuses on using theatre as a catalyst for individual and social change, and as an educative tool. Students widen their skill set to include theatre careers in non-traditional settings, such as professional trainers, activities directors, activists, educators, facilitators, and interdisciplinary artists.
• Design Emphasis: This emphasis provides students with a strong background in design graphics, conceptualization, and production styles in costume, scenery, lighting, and sound design areas.
• Playwriting and Dramaturgy: This emphasis gives students in-depth experience studying the structure of plays through writing and research. Students develop scenes/plays, work on staged readings of new plays, and act as a dramaturg for university and/or community productions.
• Stage Management: Students develop practical management, communication, and technical theatre skills and techniques to successfully manage rehearsals and performances of theatrical and related entertainment events.
• Theatre Education: This program prepares future Theatre teachers of grades PK4-12. After the culmination of fieldwork and practice teaching, students will be recommended for certification by the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction.

Laptop Requirement. Theatre students in all BA areas will be encouraged to have a laptop computer during their course of study in the department. Students in the BFA Technical Production program, the BA Design Emphasis program, the BA and BFA Stage Management programs, and the BA PK 4-12 Theatre Education program will be required to have a laptop computer once they are admitted to the program. Please see requirements posted on the PSOA Laptop Requirement web page: http://www4.uwm.edu/psoa//laptop.

Admission Requirements. To be admitted in good standing to all of the BA Emphasis Tracks, applicants must meet General University Requirements. Additional admission requirements to the Theatre Education Emphasis and BFA tracks are described below.

Minors. Students may also earn a Theatre minor, or a Theatre minor with teacher certification.

Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) in Theatre

The Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) in Theatre is a 130-credit program with intensive specialization in the areas of Acting, Costume Production, Stage Management, and Technical Production. Admission is selective and competitive based on an audition, portfolio review, or interview. BFA requirements are distributed as follows:

University Core Curriculum 45 cr.
Theatre Department Core 32 cr.
BFA Track Requirements 53 cr.
Total to graduate 130 cr.

Application Process. Application to the BFA Theatre Program occurs after a student has successfully completed the freshman foundation sequence (Theatre 110, 214, 225, 230) with a GPA of 3.0 in the major. BFA program applicants must submit the following:

1. A separate application form.
2. A statement of purpose.
3. A current resume (and 8"x10" black & white photo for acting candidates, or interview and samples of work for costume, stage management, or technical production candidates).
4. An in-person interview (and audition for actors).
5. Copies of high school or appropriate college transcripts (for transfer students). Unofficial copies are acceptable for departmental purposes.
6. Two letters of recommendation.

Continuation in the Program. Students must continue to show artistic growth and progress and meet academic grade requirements (generally a 3.00 GPA in the BFA specialization with exceptions subject to faculty review) to be continued in the program. Progress reviews are conducted each semester. Any theatre student who is dropped from the program (due to failing a review or to grades that do not meet the theatre program requirements) has the right to an appeal. The appeals committee will consist of three full-time tenure track or tenured theatre faculty, a faculty member of the student's own choosing, and the Theatre Department chair. In addition, a Peck School of the Arts Student Services advisor will be present as a non-voting member.

Laptop Requirement. Theatre students in the Stage Management and Technical Production areas will be required to have a laptop computer for the integrated curriculum semesters following admittance into the BFA program. Please see Theatre Department Chair for more information.

BFA DEGREE REQUIREMENTS

UNIVERSITY CORE CURRICULUM: 45 cr.

Competencies  
English Composition  
Mathematical Skills  
Foreign Language  
Credits Outside Peck School of the Arts  
Humanities 6
Natural Sciences (must include one lab) 6
Social Sciences 6
Cultural Diversity course (May be met by any designated 3-credit course approved for GER distribution in the humanities, social sciences or arts.)  
Additional electives 12
Credits in Peck School of the Arts (outside of Theatre) (3 credits in at least 3 different areas) 12
University credits (outside of Theatre) 3

THEATRE DEPARTMENT CORE: 32 cr.

Theatre 110

Acting I - Fundamentals of the Actor's Process

3

Theatre 213

Play Analysis

3

Theatre 214

Stagecraft

4

Theatre 225 Costume Construction 4

Theatre 230

Acting II: Text and Performance

3

Theatre 236

Theatre Production and Design

3

Theatre 275

Performing Arts Management

3

Theatre 305

The Theatrical Experience

3

Two of the Following Courses:  

Theatre 321

The Theatre–Beginning through Realism

3

Theatre 322

The Theatre–Modern and Contemporary Period

3

Theatre 323 World Theatre 3

BFA TRACK REQUIREMENTS: 53 CR.    
     
BFA ACTING   53 cr.

Required Courses

 

 

Theatre 202

Theatre Practicum

2

Theatre 224

Theatrical Makeup

3

Theatre 321 or 322 or 323

(to complete Theatre History sequence)

3

Theatre 400 Foundations (1 cr./retake four times) 4

Theatre 410

Stage Directing

3

Theatre 430

Stage Voice and Speech 1

2

Theatre 431

Stage Voice and Speech 2

2

Theatre 440

Physical Performance 1

2

Theatre 441

Physical Performance 2

2

Theatre 463

Master Class

1

Theatre 470

Acting 3

3

Theatre 471

Acting 4

3

Theatre 475

Rehearsal and Performance (3 cr./retake twice)

6

Theatre 530 Stage Voice and Speech 3 2

Theatre 531

Stage Voice and Speech 4

2

Theatre 540

Physical Performance 3

2

Theatre 541

Physical Performance 4

2

Theatre 570

Acting 5

3

Theatre 571

Acting 6

3

Elective Courses

 

3

     
BFA STAGE MANAGEMENT   53 cr.

Required Courses

 

32 cr.

Theatre 215

Properties Production

3

Theatre 218

Drafting for the Theatre

3

Theatre 380

Stage Management

3

Theatre 338

Lighting Production

3

Theatre 337

Sound Production

2

or

 

 

Theatre 357

Digital Audio Workshop

3

Theatre 410

Stage Directing

3

Theatre 412

Career Prep and Development

2

Theatre 475 Rehearsal and Performance (Repeatable) 3/3

Theatre 480

Leadership Skills for Stage Management

3

Theatre 675

Advanced Studio

3

Select from the Following Electives 21 cr.
Recommended Electives:  

Theatre 108

Performance for Musical Theatre

3

Theatre 231

Voice and Speech

3

Theatre 234

Make-up

3

Theatre 320 Performing Community 3

Theatre 339

Stage Combat

3

Theatre 418

Lighting Design

3

Theatre 435

Production Management

3

Theatre 437

Sound Design

3

Theatre 685

Internship in Professional Theatre

1-6

Theatre 699

Independent Study - Stage Management

1-4

See Theatre class listing for additional classes.  

 

 

 

BFA TECHNICAL PRODUCTION

 

53 cr.

Required Courses

36 cr.

Theatre 215

Properties Production

3

Theatre 218

Drafting for the Theatre

3

Theatre 219

Computer-Aided Drafting for the Theatre

3

Theatre 314 Scenic Production 3

Theatre 337

Sound Production

3

Theatre 338

Lighting Production

3

Theatre 412

Career Prep

2

Theatre 575

Studio (4cr./retake four times)

16

Select from the Following Electives

17 cr.

Theatre 315

Advanced Properties Production (Furniture/Upholstery)

3

Theatre 318

Scenic Design

3

Theatre 319

Scenic Painting

3

Theatre 401 Fabric Painting and Dyeing 3

Theatre 415

Casting and Molding for the Stage

3

Theatre 418

Lighting Design

3

Theatre 435

Production Management

3

Theatre 444

Costume Crafts

3

Theatre 675

Advanced Studio (3-6 cr./ can retake twice)

6-12

Theatre 685

Internship in Professional Theatre

3-6

Theatre 699

Independent Study

1-4

     

BFA COSTUME PRODUCTION

53 cr.

Required Courses

36 cr.

Theatre 225 Costume Construction 3

Theatre 301

Millinery

3

Theatre 325

Costume History

3

Theatre 332 Tailoring I 3

Theatre 342

Draping I

3

Theatre 343

Patternmaking I

3

Theatre 412

Career Prep (Resume/Portfolio/Job Search)

2

Theatre 575

Studio (4cr./retake four times)

16

Select from the Following Electives

17 cr.

Theatre 224

Makeup

3

Theatre 304

Costume Design

3

Theatre 315

Advanced Property Production (Upholstery/Furniture)

3

Theatre 401 Fabric Painting and Dyeing 3

Theatre 424

Advanced Stage Makeup

3

Theatre 421

Shop Management

3

Theatre 435

Production Management

3

Theatre 444

Costume Crafts

3

Theatre 575

Advanced Studio (3-6 cr./ can retake twice)

6-12

Theatre 685

Internship in Professional Theatre

3-6

Theatre 699

Independent Study

1-4

Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Theatre

The minimum degree requirement is 120 credits, at least 12 of which will be in interdisciplinary courses from other areas in the arts. Theatre BA students must complete the university core curriculum. Math and English proficiency requirements must be completed prior to enrolling in upper-level theatre courses. Students may select one of five emphasis areas. The degree allows for 20 credits of elective courses to enable students to tailor the emphasis tracks to their own interests. BA Theatre requirements (excluding the BA Theatre Education Emphasis) are distributed as follows :

University Core Curriculum 45 cr.
Theatre Department Core 32 cr
BA Track Requirements and Electives 43 cr.
Total to graduate 120 cr.

(See BA Theatre Education Emphasis for distribution requirements for that program.)

BA DEGREE REQUIREMENTS

UNIVERSITY CORE CURRICULUM: 45 cr.

Competencies  
English Composition  
Mathematical Skills  
Foreign Language  
Credits Outside Peck School of the Arts  
Humanities 6
Natural Sciences (must include one lab) 6
Social Sciences 6
Cultural Diversity course (May be met by any designated 3-credit course approved for GER distribution in the humanities, social sciences or arts.)  
Additional electives 12
Credits in Peck School of the Arts (outside of Theatre) (3 credits in at least 3 different areas) 12
University credits (outside of Theatre) 3

THEATRE DEPARTMENT CORE: 32 cr.

Theatre 110

Acting I - Fundamentals of the Actor's Process

3

Theatre 213

Play Analysis

3

Theatre 214

Stagecraft

4

Theatre 225 Costume Construction 4

Theatre 230

Acting II: Text and Performance

3

Theatre 236

Theatre Production and Design

3

Theatre 275

Performing Arts Management

3

Theatre 305

The Theatrical Experience

3

Two of the Following Courses:  

Theatre 321

The Theatre – Beginning through Realism

3

Theatre 322

The Theatre – Modern and Contemporary Period

3

Theatre 323

World Theatre

3

BA TRACK REQUIREMENTS: 43 CR.

BA ACTING EMPHASIS   43 cr.

Required Courses

14 cr.

Theatre 202

Theatre Practicum

2

Theatre 321 or 322 or 323

(to complete Theatre History sequence)

3

Theatre 231 Voice and Speech 3

Theatre 330

Acting Topics

3

Theatre 410

Stage Directing

3

Select from the Following Electives:

9 cr.

Theatre 108

Performance for Musical Theatre

3

Theatre 111

Theatre Games

3

Theatre 204

Participatory Theatre

3

Theatre 224 Theatrical Makeup 3

Theatre 311

Advanced Theatre Games

3

Theatre 330

Acting Topics (with change in course topic)

3

Theatre 339

Stage Combat

3

Theatre 460

Storytelling

3

Theatre 475 Rehearsal and Performance (Retakeable) 2-4

Elective Courses

20 cr.

     

BA APPLIED THEATRE EMPHASIS

43 cr.

Required Courses

23 cr.

Theatre 202

Theatre Practicum

2

Theatre 204

Participatory Theatre

3

Theatre 321 or 322 or 323

(to complete Theatre History Sequence)

3

Theatre 320 Performing Community 3

Theatre 410

Stage Directing

3

Theatre 465

Applied Theatre

3

Theatre 472

Performance Workshop

3

Theatre 359 Playwriting I 3
or    

Theatre 460

Storytelling

3

Elective Courses

20 cr.

     

BA DESIGN EMPHASIS

43 cr.

Required Courses

23 cr.

Theatre 202

Theatre Practicum

2

Theatre 218

Drafting

3

Theatre 321 or 322 or 323 (to complete Theatre History sequence) 3

Theatre 325

History of Costume

3

Theatre 410

Stage Directing

3

9 Credits from the Following:

9 cr.

Theatre 304

Costume Design

3

Theatre 318

Scene Design

3

Theatre 418

Lighting Design

3

Theatre 437 Sound Design and Technology 3

Elective Courses (suggested but not limited to courses in Art, Architecture, or Theatre Production)

20 cr.

     

BA PLAYWRITING EMPHASIS

43 cr.

Required Courses

23 cr.

Theatre 202

Theatre Practicum

2

Theatre 321 or 322 or 323 (to complete Theatre History sequence) 3

Theatre 359

Playwriting I

3

Theatre 410

Stage Directing

3

Theatre 459

Playwriting II

3

Theatre 472

Performance Workshop (Playwriting)

3

Theatre 681 Seminar in Dramatic Literature 3

Theatre 685

Internship in Professional Theatre (Dramaturgy)

3

Elective Courses

20 cr.

     

BA STAGE MANAGEMENT EMPHASIS

43 cr.

Required Courses

23 cr.

Theatre 202

Theatre Practicum

2

Theatre 321 or 322 or 323 (to complete Theatre History sequence) 3

Theatre 215

Properties Production

3

Theatre 218

Drafting

3

Theatre 380

Stage Management Production Skills

3

Theatre 410 Stage Directing 3

Theatre 475

Rehearsal and Performance (retakeable)

6

Elective Courses

20 cr.

BA Theatre Education Emphasis: 43 cr.

The PK4-12 Theatre Education program prepares future theatre teachers for grades PK4-12. After the culmination of fieldwork and practice teaching, students will be recommended for certification by the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction. The course distribution for the PK4-12 Certification in Theatre Education program is as follows:

University Core Curriculum: PK4-12 Theatre Education 45 cr.
Theatre Department Core 32 cr.
BA Theatre Education Emphasis Requirements 25-35 cr.
Electives 8-18 cr.

Admission Requirements (Sophomore to Junior Year). All students admitted to UWM after July 1987 must take the Pre-Professional Skills Test (PPST) required by the Department of Public Instruction of the State of Wisconsin. Students must pass the PPST before acceptance to the certification program in theatre.

Students entering UWM after July 1, 1988, must have at least a 2.75 cumulative grade point average (general university) and a 3.0 within the major to apply for admission to the certification program in theatre. UWM Theatre students must have a 2.75 cumulative grade point average (theatre and general university) to be certified and apply for a teaching license after graduation.

Students must have successfully completed communication competency and English/math proficiency and have at least 58 credits (completed or in progress) before applying to the theatre certification program.

Criminal background checks and an application of intent will be required prior to student teaching.

After meeting the above requirements, students submit an official application form to the Peck School of the Arts Student Services Office. Application deadlines are October 15 and March 15. The student then schedules an interview with the Theatre Education faculty. The interview will include:

1. A discussion of the student’s professional goals.
2. A portfolio review of the student’s past theatre work. Portfolio may include materials such as:
a. Resume
b. Rehearsal/production diaries
c. Documentation of directing/performance experience showing representative roles or productions
d. Practicum/design/production work (photos/renderings/working drawings/samples) in costumes, scenery, sound, and lighting
e. Work with learners in urban environments

Students who are not accepted into the certification program at the time of their interview may reapply in the following semester.

Human Relations Requirement. The Human Relations Requirement provides prospective teachers with awareness and understanding of intercultural relations within the educational setting. The requirement is met with course work and classroom experience.

Effective July 1, 1992, and pursuant to 1987 Wisconsin ACT 31, a license to teach may not be granted unless the applicant has received instruction in the study of minority group relations, including instruction in the history, culture, and tribal sovereignty of American Indian tribes and bands located in this state. Currently, this requirement is met through satisfactory completion of Ethnic 203, or Hist 263, or Anthro 213, or English 276 (special topic "Literature, History, & Sovereignty of Upper Midwest Indians"), or Wisconsin ACT 31 seminar attendance. Questions regarding this requirement should be directed to the student's academic advisor.

Following admission to the Theatre Education Program (see admission requirements), and successful completion of the specified Theatre Education course of studies, a student seeking recommendation for teacher certification must successfully fulfill the following requirements:

1. Fulfill all degree requirements.
2. Fulfill the Field Experience Requirement.
3. Compile at least a 2.75 cumulative GPA.
4. Pass the Pre-Professional Skills Test (PPST).
5. Pass the Praxis II Theatre Content Exam.
6. Successfully complete student teaching.
7. Demonstrate mastery of the knowledge, skills, and dispositions necessary for a career in the field of theatre education through the use of a teaching portfolio (see explanation below).

Teaching Portfolio. The Theatre Education Area and the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction require that students compile a teaching portfolio that demonstrates teaching proficiency in their area of expertise. Students are responsible for developing a professional portfolio that is developmental in nature and is evaluated at the beginning, middle, and end of their program. An e-portfolio system is provided to facilitate this process. The portfolio will be compiled as a part of their major theatre education methods and field experience requirements. Evidence of teaching proficiency must include:

1. Record of PPST passing scores.
2. Transcript demonstrating 2.75 GPA.
3. Copy of current resume.
4. Lesson plans written and taught in early field experiences and student teaching.
5. Examples of student work in video and/or photo formats.
6. Statement of teaching and learning philosophy.
7. Written evaluations from cooperating teachers, university supervising teachers, and methods class instructors.
8. Self-evaluations and/or teaching journal based upon early field experience teaching and student teaching experiences.
9. Computer mediated and/or generated projects.

DEGREE REQUIREMENTS

UNIVERSITY CORE CURRICULUM FOR THEATRE EDUCATION EMPHASIS: 45 cr.

Competencies  
English Composition  
Mathematical Skills  
Foreign Language  
Credits Outside Peck School of the Arts  
Humanities 6
Commun 101 or 103* 3
Natural Sciences (must include one lab) 6
Social Sciences 6
Cultural Diversity Course (approved ACT 31 courses required by DPI)  
Required School of Education Courses 9
Credits in Peck School of the Arts (outside of Theatre) (3 credits in at least 3 different areas) 12
University Credits (outside of Theatre) 3

*Commun 101 or Commun 103 must be taken for teacher certification. Commun 101 is a Social Science course; Commun 103 is a Humanities course.

THEATRE DEPARTMENT CORE: 32 cr.

Theatre 110

Acting I - Fundamentals of the Actor's Process

3

Theatre 213

Play Analysis

3

Theatre 214

Stagecraft

4

Theatre 225 Costume Construction 4

Theatre 230

Acting II: Text and Performance

3

Theatre 236

Theatre Production and Design

3

Theatre 275

Performing Arts Management

3

Theatre 305

The Theatrical Experience

3

Two of the Following Courses:  

Theatre 321

The Theatre–Beginning through Realism

3

Theatre 322

The Theatre–Modern and Contemporary Period

3

Theatre 323

World Theatre

3

     
THEATRE EDUCATION EMPHASIS    

Required PK-12 Certification in Theatre Courses

25-35 cr.

Theatre 202

Theatre Practicum

2

Theatre 321 or 322 or 323

(to complete Theatre History sequence)

3

Theatre 410 Stage Directing 3

Theatre 448

Theatre in the General Classroom

3

Theatre 460

Storytelling

3

Theatre 473 Theatre in Elementary Education 3

Theatre 474

Theatre in Secondary Education

3

Theatre 484

Fieldwork in Theatre

1-3

Theatre 485

Teaching Fieldwork - Elementary

2-6

Theatre 486 Teaching Fieldwork - Secondary 2-6

Elective Courses in Theatre

8-18 cr.

MINOR

As theatre training is extremely relevant to a number of other areas of academic endeavor, students pursuing other degrees at UWM may elect theatre as a minor area of study. The following courses constitute a minor:

THEATRE MINOR: 18 cr.    

Required Courses

18cr.

Theatre 110

Acting I - Fundamentals of the Actor's Process

3

Theatre 213

Play Analysis

3

Theatre 230

Acting II - Text and Performance

3

Theatre 236

Production and Design

3

Two of the Following Courses:

Theatre 321

The Theatre - Beginning through Realism

3

Theatre 322

The Theatre - Modern and Contemporary Period

3

Theatre 323

World Theatre

3

MINOR IN THEATRE EDUCATION

The Department of Theatre offers a teaching minor leading to certification in Theatre. This program is open only to students pursuing, and accepted into, a teaching major in an appropriately related field (e.g. English). Admission requirements for a minor are the same as those of a major (see Theatre Education Emphasis admission requirements).

Students accepted into the program will be expected to take and pass the Praxis II Theatre Test prior to, and as prerequisite for, their fieldwork and student teaching (Theatre 484, 485 and Theatre 486).

REQUIRED THEATRE COURSES   18 cr.

Six Credits from the Following Options:

Theatre 100 Introduction to Theatre 3

or

Theatre 101

Introduction to the Actor's Art

3

or

Theatre 110

Acting I - Fundamentals of the Actor's Process

3

One of the Following Two Courses:  

Theatre 236

Production and Design

3

Theatre 214

Stagecraft

4

All of the Following:

Theatre 213

Play Analysis

3

Theatre 410

Stage Directing

3

Theatre 321

The Theatre - Beginning Through Realism

3

Theatre 322 The Theatre - Modern and Contemporary Period 3

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