- Students will demonstrate knowledge of selected plays, theatrical conventions and
theatrical movements important in the formation of the modern theatre.
- Students will describe basic knowledge of theatre history, theory, and criticism,
including research sources and methodology.
- Students will demonstrate skills in analyzing plays, using theatre technology, and
- Students will express through performance, writing, speaking, and other modes of communication
the results of research and critical judgment, indicated by a demonstrable ability to
reach an audience effectively through at least one of the components of theatrical
- Students will apply skills learned in courses to a variety of work and social environments.
- Students will illustrate awareness of the complex human condition acquired through
aesthetic and intellectual perceptions as evidenced in various mode of theatrical
- Students will function safely and effectively while using theatre technology.
- Students will demonstrate knowledge of the various means (acting, directing, designing, constructing, playwriting, etc.) through which a theatrical concept is realized.