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Elective Theatre Classes

Are you curious about designing for the theatre, or maybe the history of film? Would you like to learn jazz dancing, or spend a month in a European castle studying Baroque culture? Even if you're not majoring or minoring in theatre or film, the Fountain School of Performing Arts offers classes that may interest you. Many of our classes are open to all students. Please visit the Undergraduate Calendar for class descriptions and pre-requisite requirements (if applicable). Not all classes are offered each year, so please see the Academic Timetable to confirm and to check day and time of the class.

PERF 1000.03: Introduction to Performance Studies.
PERF 1002.03: Writing About Stage and Screen.
THEA 1050X/Y.06: Introduction to Theatre Organization and Stagecraft.
THEA 1450X/Y.06: Introduction to Costume Studies.
THEA 1800X/Y.06: Introduction to Acting and Performance.
THEA 2011.03: Ancient and Medieval Theatre.
THEA 2012.03: Early Modern Theatre.
THEA 2020.06: Jazz Dance I (Spring Session Only).
THEA 2043.03: How iRead Eye-Books I
THEA 2214X/Y.06: Shakespeare.
THEA 2229.03: Tragedy.
THEA 2301.03: Film History I.
THEA 2311.03: Film Analysis.
THEA 2337.03: Russian Film II
THEA 2346.03: Eastern European Cinema: War, Love, and Revolutions
THEA 2360.03: Popular Cinema.
THEA 2370.03: Animated Film
THEA 2400X/Y.06: Cave to Café: Costume and Identity from Antiquity to 1700.
THEA 2412.03: Language of Design.
THEA 2710.03: Stage Design I.
THEA 2901.03: Production Dramaturgy.
THEA 2902.03: Play Analysis for Directing.
THEA 3301.03: Film History II.
THEA 3320.03: Italian National Cinema.
THEA 3331.03: Film Theory II: Desire in Cinema
THEA 3401X/Y.06: Dress and Identity: King’s Court to Mass Culture, 1700-Present.
THEA 3501.03: The Modern Theatre 1: Realism and Responses.
THEA 3502.03: The Modern Theatre 2: High Modernism.
THEA 4735/HIST 4162/MUSC 4360: Advanced Seminar in Baroque Culture *STUDY ABROAD*