The minor in theatre production is ideal for any student who has an interest in theatrical production and its application to the performance and entertainment industry. Students are introduced to a variety of skills employed in theatrical production that include the techniques and crafts that support scenic, costume and lighting and sound production, as well the fundamental methods of theater management.
In order to earn a minor in theatre production students must earn 30 credits in theatre including stage management, scenic design, and theatre history. Students will work with a theatre advisor to select an additional 13 credits of production electives.
Students wishing to declare a minor in theatre production must arrange for an audition/portfolio review with the theatre faculty. Upon acceptance into the minor, students will need to file a Request to Add a Minor form with the Office of the Registrar.
Minor in theatre production degree requirements can be viewed in the course catalog.
NOTE: Interdisciplinary arts and theatre majors may not earn a minor in theatre performance.