Asian American Theatre. Asian American theatre and performance traditions, including major dramatic texts and canon formation. Critical framework for discussing race, ethnicity, gender, and sexuality. One course.
Drama of Greece and Rome. One course.
Acting French.One course.
Introduction to Shakespeare. One course.
Entrepreneurship and International Arts Management. Arts management theory and practices from a variety of cultures as they relate to entrepreneurship. Management of the creative process; the association between an entrepreneurial orientation and the organizational behavior and performance of nonprofit arts organizations. One course.
Musical Theater Workshop: Creation. A workshop on the creation and presentation of musicals culminating in a workshop presentation of short musicals written by the class. Consent of instructor required. One course.
Musical Theater Workshop: Performance. A workshop in honing the skills necessary to perform in a musical. Students required to present one cabaret of numbers from contemporary musicals and a workshop performance of a musical. Consent of instructor required. One course.
The Great American Musical. Broad-based examination of 20th-century musicals—from origins in minstrel shows, to the evolution of the book musical comedies of the golden age of Broadway, to Hollywood movie musicals, and contemporary re-invention today.
Contemporary Performance. One course.
Radio: The Theater of the Mind. The Golden Age of American Radio (1920-1960), explored through the lens of culture, ethics, and technology. An examination, considering race, gender, and class, of the ways in which radio, as both a new and evolving technology, helped to homogenize and diversify America's sense of itself during this ear. Includes wide range of radio genres from comedy to drama and music to news. Multimedia course, combining theory and performance; students create radio theater projects for the Web. One course.