THEA 319 Individual Projects (independent studies) allows selected theatre majors who have demonstrated advanced work and a deep commitment to an area of theatre studies, and completed a concentration in performance, design, technology, history and criticism or dramaturgy, the opportunity to work on an advanced-level, in-depth, two-semester long exploration of their specified area under the supervision of one or more faculty mentors.
Before beginning a THEA 319 Individual Project, the student must have:
NOTE: Courses fulfilling the theatre major but not part of the concentration may be completed after the student begins the THEA 319
Students contemplating a THEA 319 project should indicate their interest in this project to a faculty member early in their college career. Typewritten proposals to pursue THEA 319 must be submitted to the department of theatre and dance faculty by the end of the student’s junior year. This proposal should be developed under the guidance of the student’s departmental faculty advisor and should include:
PLEASE NOTE: As a rule, there is no department budget allocated for these studies (except in design & directing for mainstage production). However, The Cap & Dagger Dramatic Society has periodically applied for the funding of student’s THEA 319 projects in performance.
* a student desiring to submit a THEA 319 proposal must have a faculty advisor in place
The work process for a THEA 319 project must include:
The responsibility for the approval, evaluation and grading of each THEA 319 project lies with the department of theatre and dance faculty.
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