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  • Department Of Theatre - Theatre Program Honors
    Spaces Purchase Tickets Production Calendar Theatre Program Honors HOW TO BEGIN If you are interested in participating in Honors in your major department Departmental Honors contact your Departmental Honors Advisor James Fortune 313 993 8242 james fortune2 wayne edu OUTLINE of HONORS OPTIONS Departmental Honors for Bachelor of Arts B A in Theatre 15 credits Select the Honors Option in three of the following courses for 9 credits THR 5841 Theatre History I THR 5811 Development of Drama I THR 5842 Theatre History II THR 5821 Black Dramatic Literature THR 5831 Pioneers in Modern Drama THR 5812 Development of Drama II THR 5721 Playwriting I Complete the following for 6 credits THR 4998 Capstone 3 credits Honors Thesis to be taken w BA Capstone class One Honors Seminar from among HON 4200 through 4280 3 credits Student must maintain an overall 3 3 G P A Departmental Honors for Bachelor of Fine Arts B F A in Theatre 15 credits Select the Honors Option in three courses listed below 9 credits THR 5841 Theatre History I THR 5811 Development of Drama I THR 5842 Theatre History II THR 5821 Black Dramatic Literature THR 5831 Pioneers in Modern Drama THR 5812

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  • Department Of Theatre - Graduate Programs
    Artists Alumni and Friends Moscow Art Theatre School Outreach Performance Spaces Purchase Tickets Production Calendar Graduate Programs The Master of Fine Arts Degree The Master of Fine Arts M F A curriculum is a three year program of intensive practical training The central component of the program is frequent performance production and management under professional conditions at the Hilberry Theatre Academic courses are intended as a supplement to this practical training The M F A curriculum offers the following specializations Theatre Management Acting Scenic Design Lighting Design Stage Management Costume Design Graduate research assistantships which include tuition waivers medical insurance and a stipend are granted to the majority of accepted company members Model D Media a Detroit online magazine did a feature on the Hilberry Theatre Graduate Program Check out the article and pictures here The Master of Arts in Teaching Artistry Degree he Master of Arts in Teaching Artistry Degree The Master of Arts M A is a three year part time program of advanced studies in theatre and dance designed to provide specialized training in research methods professional practice and pedagogical foundations of teaching artistry The program equips artists educators and community workers with practical knowledge and research skills necessary for effective engagement of communities through arts experiences Bringing together the most current theories and practices of arts engagement students will be trained in an environment that fosters cultural sensitivity problem solving skills and ensemble based thinking and creativity With this degree students may continue or pursue careers in teaching artistry arts administration arts advocacy and arts entrepreneurship The M A is offered in two formats the fully online program provides the most flexibility for working professionals and those living outside the Detroit metro area the hybrid program enables students to combine online learning in required courses with

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  • Department Of Theatre - Minor in Theatre
    interest in theatre There are five different minors to choose from Africana Theatre and Dance Theatre Design and Technology Musical Theatre Theatre and Theatre Management For more information on any of our minors please see below Examine key concepts in Africana Theatre and Dance theory Practice through the analysis of performance and popular cuture Particpate in theatrical productions of new and established works The program endeavors to challenge and engage the community about the black experience as it relates to theatre and dance Click on the image to the left for specific curriculum information Enhance and apply your design and or technical craft skills in a theatrical context You will have the ability to practice in the class room and back stage in the areas of costume lighting scenery sound automation Graphic Projection Design and stage management Click on the image to the left for specific curriculum information The Minor in Musical Theatre combines the experience the Maggie Allessee Department of Theatre and Dance and Department of Music to enhance your skills in musical theatre through course work and performance opportunities Click on the image to the left for specific curriculum information Enhance your experience in theatre The program offers

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  • Department Of Theatre - Auditions
    please indicate this in your registration form email Please contact Joe Kvoriak theatre recruit wayne edu or 313 577 3010 with any questions that you may have Departmental Scholarships In addition to admission you will also be considered for a scholarship including a number of four year scholarships to promising young theatre students Awards are available in both the performance acting and the production scenic lighting costume and stage management areas The Audition Interview Process Acting Auditions You should select prepare and memorize two selections each approximately two minutes in length from plays with which you are familiar One should be a role of the type you think best suits you while the other should display your skills in characterization Make sure you do not exceed your total time limit of four minutes You may add 30 seconds to your allotted time for a musical audition Only select this option if your gifts are exceptional No musical accompaniment will be provided for singers but you may bring a CD Design Tech Theatre Interviews costume scenic lighting design and stage management The student is encouraged to have a teacher accompany him her and to display and discuss his her work Please feel free to bring any renderings of costumes or set designs models light plots prompt books production photographs ect If your technical theatre experience has been largely or exclusively in construction that is perfectly acceptable Most importantly this is an opportunity for you and your instructor and or parent to report on your accomplishments interests and goals and to ask questions about our program Some Tips on Auditioning Selection Material Seek materials in all cases that demonstrate your basic performance skills clear speech animated movement the ability to characterize Generally a monologue which is in the dramatic present tense rather than story telling is more suitable for audition Soliloquies are ready made audition selections but are not found too often in contemporary literature You may find excellent material in a dialogue scene with another character that by changing a few lines to incorporate their questions or lines as rhetorical questions will allow you to speak the entire piece to an imaginary partner Consult your teachers for help in making your selection and preparing your audition Evidence of imagination and preparation will be considered as part of your audition You will be ushered into the space by a stage manager who will announce your name You will announce your selections either before you begin or immediately preceding each piece Give only play title author and character portrayed A rehearsal chair and table will be provided Do not use any props or costumes You should be well but modestly dressed in clothes that provide ease of movement Place your imaginary characters downstage of you so that you work full front for as much of your audition as possible Do not seek to make eye contact with auditioners As nerve racking as auditions always are remember that all watching you are hoping you

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  • Department Of Theatre - How to Apply
    in an orientation program for transfer students We urge you to attend During your orientation session the orientation team will provide you with a great deal of useful information about how things work at WSU and you will meet with your academic advisor James Fortune to register for classes Feel free to seek advising from James Fortune as soon as possible to discuss your educational goals and get the best advice about your actual course plan We urge you to seek advising in your major department even before you receive the results of your transfer to Wayne State so that you can determine the courses that you will need and may even avoid any overlap with courses taken before coming to Wayne State Theatre Audition Interview Registration Form Master of Fine Arts Degree in Theatre Program Admission To set up an appointment please call 313 577 3508 or email theatreanddance wayne edu LINK Atlanta GA November 14 15 2014 URTA New York City NY January 24 27 2015 URTA Chicago IL January 29 February 5 2015 SETC Chattanooga TN March 4 8 2015 USITT Cincinnati OH March 18 21 2015 On Campus Detroit MI by appointment For each of the M F A disciplines we require the following materials to be submitted with the application and in person Acting Application A headshot a resume 3 or 4 letters of recommendation unofficial transcripts Audition requirements Candidates for the acting program are required to audition in person Each candidate must present two memorized audition pieces a classical selection in verse and a modern or contemporary phrase piece The total time of this presentation should not exceed four minutes Candidates will be interviewed briefly following the audition Design Scenic Costume and Lighting Application A resume 3 or 4 letters of recommendation unofficial transcripts

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  • Department Of Theatre - Advising
    1 Academic Advisor for the Department James Fortune 313 993 8242 Email Schedule an appointment with James Fortune online here You may also contact Joe Kvoriak Program Coordinator Recruitment and Special Projects for any non curriculum based questions or to set up a department and University tour 313 577 7899 joekvoriak wayne edu Schedule a department tour 2 Career Advisor in your Major Your career advisor is a faculty member who provides career information and guidance as you move through your degree program and into the professional world Bachelor of Arts BA Mary Cooney Email Bachelor of Fine Arts BFA Acting Cheryl Turski Email Bachelor of Fine Arts BFA Costume Design Mary Copenhagen Email Bachelor of Fine Arts BFA Lighting Design Thomas Schraeder Email BA and BFA Stage Design Fred Florkowski Email BA and BFA Stage Management Dana Gamarra Email Newly Admitted Freshmen As you enter the university in your freshman year it is VERY IMPORTANT that you schedule an advising appointment with the Academic Advisor early in your first semester This appointment would most likely include a discussion of your goals and creation of a personalized plan of work Regular advising will help you stay on track and save

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  • Department Of Theatre - Scholarships
    majors In order to ensure the continuation of the stipend a student must stay in residence for four consecutive years at Wayne State University maintain a 2 5 grade point average and be a visible part of the theatre program Failure to meet any of these requirements may result in termination of the scholarship To be eligible for an award an applicant must meet the following requirements Have maintained a 3 0 GPA in high school Submit an application to Wayne State University and a Theatre Major Audition Interview Registration Form one week prior to the audition interview Present a prepared audition or be interviewed on November 14 2015 or February 13 2016 Fill out the registration form It is your responsibility to fill out the registration form Click here for the registration form and follow the submission guidelines Even if you have already been accepted by another university you are welcome and encouraged to audition for and apply to Wayne State University Admission and Talent Scholarship auditions will be held on November 14 2015 February 13 2016 The Audition Interview Process Acting Auditions You should select prepare and memorize two selections each approximately two minutes in length from plays with which you are familiar One should be a role of the type you think best suits you while the other should display your skills in characterization Make sure you do not exceed your total time limit of four minutes Musical Auditions You may add 30 seconds to your allotted time for a musical audition Only select this option if your gifts are exceptional No musical accompaniment will be provided for singers but you may bring a CD Design Tech Theatre Interviews costume scenic lighting design and stage management The student is encouraged to have a teacher accompany him her and to display and discuss his her work Please feel free to bring any renderings of costumes or set designs models light plots prompt books production photographs etc If your technical theatre experience has been largely or exclusively in construction that is perfectly acceptable Most importantly this is an opportunity for you and your instructor and or parent to report on your accomplishments interests and goals and to ask questions about our program Some Tips on Auditioning Selection Material Seek materials in all cases that demonstrate your basic performance skills clear speech animated movement the ability to characterize Generally a monologue which is in the dramatic present tense rather than the story telling is more suitable for audition Soliloquies are ready made audition selections but are not found too often in contemporary literature You may find excellent material in a dialogue scene with another character that by changing a few lines to incorporate their questions or lines as rhetorical questions will allow you to speak the entire piece to an imaginary partner Consult your teachers for help in making your selection and preparing your audition Evidence of imagination and preparation will be considered as part of your presentation You will

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  • Department Of Theatre - Visit the department
    Exploratory Track Learning Communities Admissions Info Auditions How to Apply Advising Scholarships Visit the Department Student Resources Blackboard Careers in Theatre Class Schedule Departmental Handbooks Pipeline Faculty and Staff Profiles Faculty Academic Staff Staff Guest Artists Alumni and Friends Moscow Art Theatre School Outreach Performance Spaces Purchase Tickets Production Calendar Visit the department The Maggie Allesee Department of Theatre and Dance is pleased to offer tours of our facilities to students interested in pursuing studies in theatre or dance This walking tour exposes students to all aspects of the theatre and dance programs On the tour we will walk through rehearsal rooms classrooms performance venues lighting labs and the production center where we build the costumes and sets that you see on stage All tours begin at 4 00 p m Please wear comfortable shoes Family members are welcome Please meet at the Theatre and Dance Main Office located on the third floor of Old Main 4841 Cass Avenue the clock tower building Suite 3207 Use the campus map and allow plenty of time to park The nearest parking is in Structure 6 and Lot 60 Please refer to Visitor Parking for payment information To RSVP please email theatre recruit

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