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  • Programs - Illinois Theatre UIUC
    2006 2007 2005 2006 2004 2005 Apply Join Us Contact Us Graduate Undergraduate Policies Bylaws Home Programs Acting Undergraduate Acting Graduate Acting Design Tech Management Scenic Design Scenic Technology Costume Design Costume Technology Lighting Design and Technology Sound Design Stage Management Theatre Studies BFA Theatre Studies MA PhD MA in Theatre PhD in Theatre History Faculty Minor in Theatre Program News People Professor and Head Alumni Updates Faculty Biographies Places Theatres Tryon Festival Studio Theatre Foellinger Great Hall Colwell Playhouse Armory Free Theatre Amphitheatre Studio and Shops Scenic and Props Lighting Video Acting Dance Costumes Makeup The City Productions Upcoming Productions Past Productions Armory Free Theatre Summer Studio 2012 2013 2011 2012 2010 2011 2009 2010 2008 2009 2007 2008 2006 2007 2005 2006 2004 2005 Apply Contact Us Graduate Undergraduate Policies Bylaws You are here Home Programs Programs The Department of Theatre UIUC offers a comprehensive array of theatre programs at both the undergraduate and graduate levels As part of one of the nation s premiere institutions of higher learning the Department of Theatre shares in the academic and cultural advantages of a major comprehensive university Students can explore virtually every academic discipline through some 4 000 different courses in more than 150 fields as they experience the full range of theatre arts At the top of this page are links to individual program pages and below are links to application sites and course curricula listings The Department of Theatre UIUC offers a comprehensive array of theatre programs at both the undergraduate and graduate levels Below are links to application sites and course curricula listings For graduate application information visit http www grad illinois edu admissions BFA applications are currently being accepted Go to http admissions illinois edu apply index html For Information regarding Tuition costs for the School

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  • Acting - Illinois Theatre UIUC
    The City Productions What We Create Upcoming Productions Past Productions Armory Free Theatre Summer Studio 2012 2013 2011 2012 2010 2011 2009 2010 2008 2009 2007 2008 2006 2007 2005 2006 2004 2005 Apply Join Us Contact Us Graduate Undergraduate Policies Bylaws Home Programs Acting Undergraduate Acting Graduate Acting Design Tech Management Scenic Design Scenic Technology Costume Design Costume Technology Lighting Design and Technology Sound Design Stage Management Theatre Studies BFA Theatre Studies MA PhD MA in Theatre PhD in Theatre History Faculty Minor in Theatre Program News People Professor and Head Alumni Updates Faculty Biographies Places Theatres Tryon Festival Studio Theatre Foellinger Great Hall Colwell Playhouse Armory Free Theatre Amphitheatre Studio and Shops Scenic and Props Lighting Video Acting Dance Costumes Makeup The City Productions Upcoming Productions Past Productions Armory Free Theatre Summer Studio 2012 2013 2011 2012 2010 2011 2009 2010 2008 2009 2007 2008 2006 2007 2005 2006 2004 2005 Apply Contact Us Graduate Undergraduate Policies Bylaws You are here Home Programs Acting Acting The Illinois Department of Theatre offers nationally known acting programs on both the BFA and MFA level Students work with professionally active faculty numerous guest artists and auditioners Recent audition guests have included

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  • Undergraduate Acting - Illinois Theatre UIUC
    training in a wide variety of performing media In the first and second years students take introductory courses in movement voice and acting In their second year of study in the department students must audition for acceptance into the studio in acting In addition to successful completion of all classes in their first and second years acceptance will be based on an evaluation of each student s potential for professional caliber performance commitment to theatre and the necessary discipline for intensive study Third and fourth year students meet in daily four hour sessions each of which includes sections in dynamics voice and speech movement and acting Semester long acting sections include advanced scene study musical theatre Shakespeare and acting for the camera Students in the professional studio in acting must audition for department productions and perform as cast All students are accepted by audition to begin the BFA Acting Program and then must pass a review to enter the final two years AUDTION INFORMATION CAN BE FOUND BY CLICKING HERE During the first two years acting students study their craft as well as the different facets of theatre including design technology theatre history play analysis and dramatic literature Many of the university s general education requirements are completed during this period as well At the end of the fall semester of the sophomore year each acting student is required to pass a performance review that along with previous classwork demonstrates the talent and commitment required to continue in the program During the junior and senior years students meet in daily four hour studio sessions that include voice and speech movement and acting Training in Shakespeare dialects stage combat contemporary and period plays musical theatre and on camera technique are offered during these sessions At the end of the senior year

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  • Graduate Acting - Illinois Theatre UIUC
    in August 2018 A typical audition schedule migh include NEW YORK CITY URTA National Final Auditions January 23 24 25 26 ILLINOIS only independent auditions February TBA CHICAGO URTA National Final Auditions February 2 3 4 5 ILLINOIS only independent auditions February TBA SAN FRANCISCO URTA National Final auditions February 7 8 ILLINOIS only independent auditions February TBA We will also schedule individual on campus auditions at the Krannert Center beginning in October 2017 Please contact David Swinford 217 244 6189 or This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it to schedule an on campus audition or to schedule an Illinois only independent audition at any of the three sites Prospective students are strongly urged to apply to the University of Illinois prior to their audition The three year graduate acting program leads to a terminal professional degree in theatre performance Graduate actors meet for daily four hour sessions including sections in dynamics voice and speech movement and acting Acting students work on scenes from plays selected from the full scope of dramatic literature and perform them in final presentations at the end of each semester Research and study accompany performance in order to stimulate fresh interpretations and a thorough understanding of each play and period Electives may be taken in theatre history creative dramatics dramatic theory or special projects in production movement or voice Three years in residence earning eighteen graduate units of credit one unit equals four semester hours are required for the degree Course work includes at least twelve units in acting at least one unit in theatre history and five units in departmental approved electives Students in the MFA Program participate continuously in the production program of the Department of Theatre which presents six to eight productions annually at Krannert Center Acting Courses Acting classes meet daily 1 00 5 00 p m beginning with a dynamics section that includes vocal and physical preparation for the rest of the afternoon s work Each semester focuses on a particular aspect of acting with two semesters of work in modern drama two in classical theatre and two in performance and the business of acting Technical work in voice speech and movement is tailored to support the particular topic of each semester Semester 1 The Acting Process Exercises and beginning scene work focus on strengthening and identifying issues of the student s acting process and the creation of a studio ensemble of actors prepared for modern and classical acting techniques Semester 2 Realism and Naturalism Chekhov Ibsen Shaw Characterization within the naturalistic and realistic work of Chekhov and Ibsen character comedy and wit in language in Shaw Semester 3 Acting Fundamentals in Shakespeare Text analysis verse study and development of language skills for performing Shakespeare and other classical texts Semester 4 Shakespeare and Scene Work Scene and monologue study from the works of Shakespeare in verse text analysis finding the character within the language Semester 5 Acting for the Camera Work on

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  • Design, Tech, & Management - Illinois Theatre UIUC
    Scenic and Props Lighting Video Acting Dance Costumes Makeup The City Productions Upcoming Productions Past Productions Armory Free Theatre Summer Studio 2012 2013 2011 2012 2010 2011 2009 2010 2008 2009 2007 2008 2006 2007 2005 2006 2004 2005 Apply Contact Us Graduate Undergraduate Policies Bylaws You are here Home Programs Design Tech Management Design Production LEVEL21 THE DIVISION OF DESIGN TECHNOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT OUR MISSION We guide passionate students of production design technology and management through rigorous training and diverse experiences that feed curiosity spark the imagination and foster the joy of collaborative discovery OUR VISION We believe in the human connections that give the performing arts the capacity to reflect engage entertain and empower our communities locally and globally Therefore we are developing a flexible and creative collective of designers technicians and managers to deepen our impact as leaders at every level of the performing arts Come here Go everywhere Default Title Date Random We believe theatre is immediate transformative and necessary We understand that a designer as an individual contributor and collaborator is also responsible to a broader community of people both locally and globally Read More Scenic Design The mission of the MFA Program in Scenic Technology is to train Technical Directors to lead our art in the 21st century We provide a strong theoretical background and sound production experiences in a state of the art facility The Krannert Center for the Performing Arts Read More Scenic Technology The theatre design program provides theoretical artistic and practical training in design for theatre opera and entertainment The goal is to educate and train young designers to become leading artists of the 21st Century Read More Costume Design The Costume Technology and Management Program includes three faculty members three stitchers two cutter drapers and two costume managers Read

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  • Scenic Design - Illinois Theatre UIUC
    2010 2011 2009 2010 2008 2009 2007 2008 2006 2007 2005 2006 2004 2005 Apply Contact Us Graduate Undergraduate Policies Bylaws You are here Home Programs Design Tech Management Scenic Design Scenic Design We believe theatre is immediate transformative and necessary We understand that a designer as an individual contributor and collaborator is also responsible to a broader community of people both locally and globally The program guides students of design toward a deeper understanding of the scenographic space via rigorous production and studio work We offer a balanced and grounded curriculum that strives to create a serious competitive and professional environment while fostering individual growth The LEVEL21 designers and technicians are an integral part of production at Krannert Center for the Performing Arts Our students are expected to take advantage of all university resources and fully immerse themselves in their studies by exploring diverse performance styles and self generated initiatives The Scenic Design faculty of five full time professionals provides the program s vision and mentorship If you would like more detailed information please contact John Boesche at This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it or Tom Korder at This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it The Bachelor of Fine Arts Program The BFA in scenic design is highly selective and offers a strong grounding in all aspects of scenic design and a solid foundation in theatre studies The curriculum offers a challenging exciting opportunity to study practice and shape your craft Students participate in a comprehensive study of scenic design including scenic art properties design and craft design history creative techniques and other areas in the humanities and sciences Design students work with department faculty members Krannert Center faculty and staff and

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  • Scenic Technology - Illinois Theatre UIUC
    Once students are accepted to the scenic technology curriculum they will become proficient in drafting scenic carpentry welding rigging and production planning Undergraduates are often assigned as Assistant Technical Directors for Theatre and Opera productions and have the opportunity to act as the Technical Director for a production by their senior year Come Here Go Anywhere Most of our undergraduates go on to graduate school or work as technicians for universities established theatres commercial scene shops theatrical suppliers and event companies Although our students tend to work within the field the possibilities are endless for students with scenic technology degrees Technical Direction is about creative problem solving and communication vital skills in any business Students also learn to research plan schedule and manage groups which will help them to start and maintain careers not only in theatre but in business commercial and residential construction education consulting and many other fields Sample BFA Progression CLICK HERE Masters of Fine Arts in Theatre emphasis in Scenic Technology Philosophy and Goals The mission of the MFA Program in Scenic Technology is to ready Technical Directors to lead the art in the 21st century The program provides a strong theoretical background with significant production experiences Students are exposed to current materials methods and techniques in automation technology engineering computers and management Furthermore students will participate in research and the development of innovative production techniques including the integration of advanced technologies into theatrical production Flexible Academic Program Through the advising process an individual program is developed that suits the educational goals of the Technology student Whatever type of position a student is interested in this program can prepare and support them in achieving that goal regional theatre TD commercial scene shop production company theatre equipment supplier or manufacturer academic TD production manager or theatre consultant The Core All scenic technology students are required to demonstrate core competencies Most of these skills are covered in a core set of classes CAD for the Stage Electricity and Motors Control Systems Fluid Power pneumatics and hydraulics Rigging Stage Physics Structural Analysis for the Stage Health Safety and Management Some core competencies are demonstrated by experience through production work presentations at major conferences workshops writing for publication and other means See the graduation checklist below for a list of skills and experiences we expect of our graduates Tailoring Your Degree Individual students arrange a series of courses and independent studies with their advisor to compliment and complete their degree Previous topics have included Advanced Rigging Techniques Stage Systems Rigging Design Implementation of Pneumatics and Hydraulics in Stage Production Implementation of Motion Control in Stage Production Technical Writing Fine Woodworking Scene Shop Systems and Planning Theatre Technology Pedagogy Metalworking Theatre Architecture and Consulting Advanced CAD Training Technical Research The Physics of Theatre Experimental Research Design Thesis Students can choose between a production thesis which explores the production process for a specific show in depth or a research thesis where a student defines executes and documents a research project related to

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  • Costume Design - Illinois Theatre UIUC
    Productions Armory Free Theatre Summer Studio 2012 2013 2011 2012 2010 2011 2009 2010 2008 2009 2007 2008 2006 2007 2005 2006 2004 2005 Apply Join Us Contact Us Graduate Undergraduate Policies Bylaws Home Programs Acting Undergraduate Acting Graduate Acting Design Tech Management Scenic Design Scenic Technology Costume Design Costume Technology Lighting Design and Technology Sound Design Stage Management Theatre Studies BFA Theatre Studies MA PhD MA in Theatre PhD in Theatre History Faculty Minor in Theatre Program News People Professor and Head Alumni Updates Faculty Biographies Places Theatres Tryon Festival Studio Theatre Foellinger Great Hall Colwell Playhouse Armory Free Theatre Amphitheatre Studio and Shops Scenic and Props Lighting Video Acting Dance Costumes Makeup The City Productions Upcoming Productions Past Productions Armory Free Theatre Summer Studio 2012 2013 2011 2012 2010 2011 2009 2010 2008 2009 2007 2008 2006 2007 2005 2006 2004 2005 Apply Contact Us Graduate Undergraduate Policies Bylaws You are here Home Programs Design Tech Management Costume Design Costume Design The costume design program provides theoretical artistic and practical training in design for theatre opera and entertainment The goal is to educate and train young designers to become leading artists of the 21st century Here at the University of Illinois we strive to train artists who are collaborative creative open minded and critical Collaboration and creative problem solving are at the core of our production values The Master of Fine Arts Program The MFA in costume design is a comprehensive and challenging atelier graduate program Students pursue class work that includes theatre history critical play analysis costume history costume rendering costume crafts and costume production Through production training students will gain the necessary knowledge and practical skills to become professional costume designers The Bachelor of Fine Arts Program The BFA pathway in design provides a solid foundation

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