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  • A Word From the Department — Theatre — Carthage College
    excellent diverse innovative theatre that educates challenges entertains and addresses the needs of the full Carthage community Vital to the liberal arts tradition a Carthage theatre education enables students to contribute meaningfully to both the world of theatre and the world at large The Carthage Theatre experience encompasses Examining and presenting truths pleasant and unpleasant concerning the human condition through theatre Recognizing and responsibly wielding theatre s powers a vitality rooted in the fact that all men and women are inexorably linked through humanity s story Engaging and mastering a significant body of knowledge connected to theatre practice performance theory and technique dramatic literature stagecraft and theatre history Communicating effectively on off and backstage ably engaging texts and people critically and compassionately Embracing theatre artistry as a lifelong pursuit rooted in a love of learning and an openness to diverse ideas Shaping and cultivating his her faith values and philosophy utilizing theatre as a vehicle for exploration and growth Becoming an informed and responsive citizen deploying theatre to seek solutions to problems in the community the nation and the world Entering the world of theatre education or a related field i e any field as free men and women committed

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  • News & Events — Theatre — Carthage College
    Carthage Theatre Carthage Theatre Department stages The Glass Menagerie March 7 9 The Glass Menagerie written by Tennessee Williams and directed by Carthage theatre major Mitch Weindorf 13 will run from March 7 9 in Carthage s Studio Theatre more FINE ARTS AT CARTHAGE Carthage Theatre Department premieres A Clamour of Rooks Nineteen Carthage students were the first Americans to perform on Ireland s oldest stage Now they re back and performing A Clamour of Rooks at Carthage more THIS WEEKEND Carthage students learn rehearse and perform opera all in 30 days Performing an opera with an entire semester to prepare is difficult These students are doing so in 30 days See The Elixir of Love at 7 30 p m Friday and Saturday more FINE ARTS Carthage Theatre Department honored at theatre festival The Carthage Theatre Department received group and individual honors at the 45th Kennedy Center American College Theatre Region III Festival more FINE ARTS Carthage students first Americans to perform on Ireland s oldest stage Students travel to Ireland to perform the original play A Clamour of Rooks Jan 21 Feb 1 The play will make its American debut at Carthage on Feb 15 more TODAY Ghost Bike returns for a special free performance Send off performance at 7 30 p m tonight celebrates the Carthage play s selection to Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival more FINE ARTS AT CARTHAGE Carthage Theatre production selected for prominent theatre festival The Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival has selected Carthage s Ghost Bike to be performed at its Region III festival in January more FINE ARTS AT CARTHAGE A Carthage Christmas Watch it Live Once again the Carthage Christmas Festival has sold out seats for all performances Please join us in spirit by watching the festival via live streaming at 7 30 p m Friday and Saturday and 4 p m Sunday more Carthage Dance Carthage Dance Program presents Moveable Moments Moveable Moments features 12 dances that promise to inspire and delight audiences while also challenging Carthage dancers to stretch turn leap and reach to greater heights more Carthage English The Stratford Shakespeare Festival Trip a 45 year Carthage tradition Every fall the Carthage English Department takes a faculty student trip to Ontario Canada for the acclaimed Stratford Shakespeare Festival The trip leaves students with new acquaintances unforgettable memories and a fresh appreciation for the magic of theatre more A CARTHAGE CHRISTMAS Carthage hosts annual Christmas Festival Nov 30 Dec 2 Carthage invites the community to celebrate the joy of the holiday season with A Carthage Christmas Love s Pure Light more ON CAMPUS Theatre Department presents Tartuffe See French playwright Moliere s brilliant religious satire of religious quackery Nov 2 5 8 10 in Wartburg Auditorium more Global Focus Carthage hosts music theatre pioneer from China Often referred to as the music TLE Huang Xian Jin will spend a year here studying and coaching more Carthage Theatre Carthage Theatre Department stages Boeing Boeing Oct 12 21 In

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  • Faculty — Theatre — Carthage College
    of Fine Arts Associate Professor of Theatre Straz Center B12A carthage edu 262 551 2133 Professor Herschel Kruger joined the Carthage faculty in 2005 and served seven years as chair of the Theatre Department During his tenure as chair the department added majors in Performance Read more John Maclay Adjunct Faculty Theatre Johnson Arts Center carthage edu 262 551 5859 John Maclay is an actor director voice and text coach and fight choreographer who has spent the past 15 years working professionally in Milwaukee and Chicago When not teaching at Read more Martin McClendon Chair of the Theatre Department Assistant Professor of Theatre Straz Center 143 carthage edu 262 551 2131 Professor Martin McClendon teaches courses in acting and play production He worked as a professional actor in Chicago and Los Angeles for 10 years before getting involved in teaching He Read more Corinne Ness Chair of the Music Department Assistant Professor of Music Johnson Arts Center 135 carthage edu 262 551 5733 Professor Corinne Ness is director of music theatre and opera at Carthage where she teaches private voice and music theatre related courses as well as music education foundations A performer equally Read more William Newcomb Assistant Technical Director of Theatre carthage edu 262 551 2347 William Newcomb holds a B F A degree in Technical Theatre from Tarleton State University Stephenville Texas and an M F A degree in Arts Administration from Southern Utah University He was assistant manager Read more Stacy Pottinger Professor of Theatre Straz Center 141 carthage edu 262 551 5885 Before coming to Carthage in 2009 Stacy Pottinger was a faculty member at Ball State University and co directed Riverbend Dance Arts a nonprofit dance school in Hastings Minn Her work Read more Neil Scharnick Assistant Professor of Theatre Straz Center 142 carthage

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  • Requirements — Theatre — Carthage College
    Stagecraft THR 2920 Play Production II Costumes and Make Up Eight additional THR credits The Theatre Major in Performance The Theatre Major in Performance consists of 54 credits Core 20 credits THR 2110 Acting I Fundamentals of Acting THR 2900 Play Reading and Analysis THR 2910 Play Production I Stagecraft THR 2920 Play Production II Costumes and Make Up THR 4010 Senior Seminar THR 4990 Senior Thesis Completion 34 additional credits THR 0300 Applied Acting and Directing two one credit THR 2280 History of Modern Theatre THR 3100 Voice for the Stage THR 3110 Acting II THR 4110 Acting III THR 4550 Directing ENG 3110 Shakespeare EXS Applied Dance choose two one credit dance techniques Two credits of the following MUS 2620 Music Theatre Workshop 1 or 2 cr MUS 0200 Voice 1 cr repeatable Four credits of the following CDM 2700 Digital Cinema Production CDM ART Approved CDM or ART topic courses Theatre Major in Technical Production and Design The Theatre Major in Technical Production and Design consists of 52 credits Core 20 credits THR 2110 Acting I Fundamentals of Acting THR 2900 Play Reading and Analysis THR 2910 Play Production I Stagecraft THR 2920 Play Production II Costumes and Make Up THR 4010 Senior Seminar Scenic Design Emphasis Offered within the Technical Production and Design major the Scenic Design Emphasis consists of 56 credits Core 20 credits THR 2110 Acting I Fundamentals of Acting THR 2900 Play Reading and Analysis THR 2910 Play Production I Stagecraft THR 2920 Play Production II Costumes and Make Up THR 4010 Senior Seminar THR 4990 Senior Thesis Completion 28 additional credits THR 0200 Theatre Lab four one credit sections THR 2930 Play Production III Lighting and Sound THR 2940 Play Production IV Scenic Painting THR 3600 History of Scenic Design THR 4600 Scenic Design ART 1070 Introduction to Studio two dimensional ART 1071 Introduction to Studio three dimensional ART 2000 Drawing I Eight credits from the following THR 2260 History of Pre Modern Theatre THR 2270 History of Classical Theatre THR 2280 History of Modern Theatre Costume Design Emphasis Offered within the Technical Production and Design major the Costume Design Emphasis consists of 56 credits Core 20 credits THR 2110 Acting I Fundamentals of Acting THR 2900 Play Reading and Analysis THR 2910 Play Production I Stagecraft THR 2920 Play Production II Costumes and Make Up THR 4010 Senior Seminar THR 4990 Senior Thesis Completion 28 additional credits THR 0200 Theatre Lab four one credit sections THR 2950 Play Production V Advanced Make up techniques THR 2960 Play Production VI Draping and Pattern making THR 3610 History of Costume Design THR 4610 Costume Design ART 1070 Introduction to Studio two dimensional ART 1071 Introduction to Studio three dimensional ART 2000 Drawing I Eight credits from the following THR 2260 History of Pre Modern Theatre THR 2270 History of Classical Theatre THR 2280 History of Modern Theatre Stage Management Emphasis Offered within the Technical Production and Design major the Stage Management Emphasis consists

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  • New Play Initiative — Theatre — Carthage College
    unique opportunity means that our students originate roles and design scenery lighting and costumes for new plays every year Our students collaborate with working playwrights currently active in the highest levels of the theatre world Recent projects include Honest written by Oscar winner and Steppenwolf ensemble member Eric Simonson The Rail Splitter written by Emmy Award winning TV writer and playwright Rick Cleveland and Ghost Bike written by Wendy Wasserstein Award winning playwright Laura Jacqmin Most recently Carthage Theatre collaborated with Irish playwright Martin Maguire and Patrick Sutton director of Dublin s Smock Alley Theatre and the Gaiety School of Acting to create A Clamour of Rooks Carthage has announced that renowned playwright and screenwriter Jeffrey Hatcher is the 2013 14 Playwright in Residence Jeffrey Hatcher Renowned playwright screenwriter No Name coming in March 2014 Read more about this project Martin Maguire Irish writer actor and director A Clamour of Rooks Feb 1 2013 world premiere at Smock Alley Theatre in Dublin Ireland Feb 15 2013 American premiere in Carthage s Wartburg Auditorium Read more about A Clamour of Rooks Laura Jacqmin Guest Instructor Playwriting Resident Playwright at Chicago Dramatists Winner of the 2008 Wasserstein Award Ghost Bike Feb 17 2012 world premiere at Carthage Read more about Ghost Bike Rick Cleveland Guest Artist Playwright Emmy Award winning writer producer The Rail Splitter Feb 25 2011 world premiere at Carthage Read more about The Rail Splitter Aparna and Vinay Dharwadker Guest Artist Translators Joe A Callaway Prize winning writer One Day in the Season of Rain March 25 2010 world premiere at Carthage Read more about One Day in the Season of Rain Eric Simonson Guest Artist Playwright Steppenwolf Ensemble member Oscar winning film maker Honest March 27 2009 world premiere at Carthage Read more about Honest Carthage Theatre Get

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  • Past Seasons — Theatre — Carthage College
    Opportunities Visiting Professionals Scholarships Theatre Scholarships Dance Scholarships All Opportunities Recent Alumni Student Voices Student Organizations Resources Theatre Past Seasons See photographs and read more about past shows at the links below 2010 2011 2009 2010 2008 2009 2007 2008 2006 2007 2005 2006 Carthage Theatre Get Tickets Current Season Theatre Scholarships Music Theatre Dance Learn more Admissions Areas of Study Request Information The Rail Splitter Emmy Award winning playwright

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  • Awards and Honors — Theatre — Carthage College
    receive outside assessment by KCACTF respondents 2012 2013 Ghost Bike Regional Festival Participating Production National Selection Committee s Distinguished Production of a New Work Regional Certificate of Merit for Scenic Design Shannon Meyer Outstanding Scenic Design Shannon Meyer Regional Certificate of Merit for Costume Design Kim Instenes Distinguished Production of a New Work Laura Jacqmin Distinguished Director of a New Play Herschel Kruger Distinguished Sound Design Simon Skluzacek Distinguished Lighting Design Martin McClendon Boeing Boeing Regional Certificate of Merit for Direction Martin McClendon Regional Certificate of Merit for Sound Design Spencer Jacobsen KCACTF Awards Won in events that take place during the festival Irene Ryan Acting Scholarship Semifinalist Kaylee Annable Irene Ryan Acting Scholarship Semifinalist Andrew Stachurski Irene Ryan Acting Scholarship Finalist Mitch Weindorf 2011 2012 The Rail Splitter Regional Festival Participating Production National Selection Committee s Distinguished Production of a New Work Dead Man s Cell Phone Commendation for Scenic Design Martin McClendon KCACTF Awards Won in events that take place during the festival Playwriting Competition Mikaley Osley Irene Ryan Acting Scholarship Semifinalist Brett Robertson 2010 2011 One Day in the Season of Rain Regional Festival Participating Production Commendation for Light Design Colleen Geddes Commendation for Property Design Slim

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  • Opportunities — Theatre — Carthage College
    contact Theatre Department faculty and Carthage s Career Services office J Term Travel Opportunities J Term is a special month long period of study in January in which Carthage students take innovative courses on campus or participate in study tours to other states or countries The Carthage Theatre Department has offered trips through J Term to Greece Ireland and Berlin among other destinations Students and faculty also travel to see some of America s best regional theatre and attend the acclaimed Stratford Shakespeare Festival in Stratford Ontario every fall Learn more about J Term and travel opportunities Scholarships Admitted students intending to major or minor in theatre performance or technical theatre production and design are strongly encouraged to audition for a Carthage Theatre Scholarship Main Stage and Studio Productions Carthage theatre students are involved in every aspect of production of four Main Stage shows and two dance concerts a year Student directors stage two to three full length productions a year in the 80 seat Studio Theatre Learn more about the current season Visiting Artists and Professionals Carthage works with Oscar Emmy and Tony Award winning playwrights set designers directors and more through the Guest Artist and Visiting Professionals Programs

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