BFA Specialization in Performance Creation

Program Requirements

Specialization in Performance Creation (60 credits)

21

credits:

DFTT 209 Design for Live Performance I (3.00)
DFTT 212 Introduction to Elements of Production (3.00)
PERC 209 The Engaged Theatre Artist (3.00)
PERC 211 Theatre in the City (3.00)
PERC 212 Introduction to Dramaturgy (3.00)
PERC 303 Theatre History and Theory to 1800 (3.00)
PERC 306 Theatre History and Theory, 1800 to the Present (3.00)

9

credits:

PERC 210 Performance Creation Studio I: Theory and Method (3.00)
PERC 321 Introduction to Performance Studies (3.00)
PERC 384 Performance Creation Studio II: Collaborative Practice (3.00)

6

credits:

PERC 311 Directing I (3.00)
PERC 318 Playwriting I (3.00)

6

credits chosen from the following seminar courses:

PERC 322 Gender and Sexuality in Performance (3.00)
PERC 323 Post‑Colonial Theory and Practice (3.00)
PERC 324 Queer Theatre and Performance (3.00)
PERC 354 Popular Theatre (3.00)
PERC 412 Expanded Dramaturgical Practice (3.00)
PERC 421 Socially Engaged and Activist Performance (3.00)

6

credits chosen from the following studio courses:

PERC 351 Community Arts: The Art of Engagement (3.00)
PERC 355 The Arts of Listening and Interviewing (3.00)
PERC 356 Puppetry and Performing Object Workshop (3.00)
PERC 386 Interdisciplinary Approaches to Performance Creation (3.00)
PERC 422 Indigenous Storytelling (3.00)
PERC 462 Playwriting II (3.00)
PERC 464 Oral History Performance (3.00)
PERC 471 Directing II (3.00)
PERC 486 Site‑specific Performance Practice (3.00)

6

credits chosen from the following public performance courses:

PERC 390 Performance Creation Studio (3.00)
PERC 488 Short Works Festival (3.00)
PERC 490 Performance Creation Mainstage (6.00)
PERC 496 Performance Creation Field School (3.00)

6credits chosen from courses offered within the Department of Theatre

Notes

  • Students are responsible for fulfilling their particular degree requirements; hence, the sequences above must be read in conjunction with Section 81.20 Degree Requirements.

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