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  • Department Of Theatre - Master of Arts in Teaching Artistry: Admission
    Calendar Master of Arts in Teaching Artistry Admission APPLICATIONS FOR FALL 2016 WILL BE AVAILABLE FEBRUARY 26 2016 THE APPLICATION DEADLINE FOR FALL 2016 IS JUNE 1 2016 Admission Requirements Applicants must meet requirements for admission to the Graduate School In additition applicants must have at least a 3 0 B grade point average Qualified admission is not possible A minimum of fifteen semester credits in the area of specilization theatre dance a related field or some combination therein is required STEP ONE Apply for Graduate Admission http gradschool wayne edu future grad admission php STEP TWO Supplemental Materials In addition to applying for Graduate Admission through the WSU Graduate School applicants are asked to provide the following supplemental materials Once your application for Graduate Admission has been processed you will receive an email from a program representative asking for the following items Personal Statement In 500 words or so please discuss your academic and professional background and how it has prepared you for admission to the program Statement of Objectives In 500 words or so please articulate how your current academic and professional goals are related to the program Please place special emphasis on where and in what capacity

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  • Department Of Theatre - The Master of Fine Arts Degree Curriculum
    deportment and Pilates Voice classes employ a somatic approach based in the work of Catherine Fitzmaurice The department regularly invites guest artists and teachers who provide additional instruction in movement dance acting voice and Shakespearean text analysis as well as professional talent agents from a variety of regions who offer additional industry insight and training The following selection of courses is typical for actors Studio Acting Studio Voice and Speech Studio Movement and Dance Repertory Theatre rehearsals and performances Advanced Script Analysis Dramaturgy Advanced Development of Drama Studies in Dramatic Criticism Seminar Period Drama Seminar Modern Drama Seminar Theatre History Theatre Aesthetics Costume Design The Hilberry Costume Design program gives students an opportunity to study and practice the art of costume design through intensive classroom experience as well as studio and design production work The course of study includes traditional classes in all aspects of design technique including script analysis studio art classes and fashion design as well as basic scenic and lighting design Combined with the hands on approach to technical production students have the opportunity to design for multiple realized productions at the Hilberry and Bonstelle Theatres during the course of the degree preparing for professional careers in theatrical or event costume design and costume shop management The following selection of courses is typical for costume designers Fundamentals of Graduate Design Styles of Drama Costume History and Design I and II Professional Costume Design I and II Design Studio I IV Theatre Costuming I and II Costume Design for the Theatre Advanced Stage and Film Makeup Repertory Theatre design practicum Architecture and Decor Teaching Internship Option Play Direction Development of Drama Additional courses are often offered include Draping Flat Patterning Tailoring Life Drawing Watercolor Painting Lighting Design The Hilberry Lighting Design program focuses on the production of theatre in combination with individualized coursework that develops each student as an artist Working in both the Hilberry and Bonstelle Theatres students design for multiple productions during the program They also have the opportunity to undertake Sound Design for a number of productions These opportunities are combined with classes that are kept small enough to address the particular needs of each student This combination provides a solid experience in both the theory and practice of lighting design preparing students for careers as designers in the entertainment industry The following selection of courses is typical for lighting designers Foundation of Graduate Design Advanced Lighting Design Professional Lighting Design I II Design Studio I IV Technical Theatre Problems Intro to Scenic Painting Play Direction Development of Drama Theatre Aesthetics Theatre Costuming Stage Design Teaching Internship Option Repertory Theatre design practicum MFA Exit Project Scenic Design The Hilberry Scenic Design program is a pre professional terminal degree that emphasizes practical training and experience while providing design opportunities in a wide variety of styles from the classics to modern works The Hilberry is devoted to cultivating new theatre artists through the development of particular production related skills and our applied learning environment emphasizes collaboration conceptualization

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    BA MA Honors Graduate Minor 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 Profile Billicia Hines Assistant Professor 313 577 4614 fs9800 wayne edu 3225 Old Main Biography Billicia Hines is an assistant professor and is director of the Black Theatre Program at Wayne State University Previously she was director of theatre at Elizabeth City State University She began her formal training in drama in the high school program at the North Carolina School of the Arts Thereafter she attended NC Agricultural Technical State University in Greensboro NC BFA professional theatre and University of Missouri at Kansas City MFA acting She is a certified teacher of the Michael Chekhov Technique from the Great Lakes Michael Chekhov Consortium an organization in which she proudly holds the position of associate artist Billicia has presented Michael Chekhov Acting Technique workshops throughout various universities and theatre conferences Also she has performed the one woman shows Hela The Immortal Cell Line of Henrietta

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    Performance Spaces Purchase Tickets Production Calendar Profile Eva Powers Associate Professor 313 577 6155 ad2016 wayne edu 3226 Old Main Biography Powers is a native of the Detroit area and holds a BS degree in Dance Education from the University of Michigan and an MA in Theatre from Wayne State University She served as Chair of the Maggie Allesee Department of Dance from 1993 2003 Eva has served on numerous

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  • CFPCA - Profile
    and the National Endowment for the Arts Dr Risner is widely published and presents his research nationally and internationally His work is published in Research in Dance Education Dance Research Journal Arts Education Policy Review Teaching Artist Journal International Journal of Education the Arts and Selected Research in Dance He is the author of Stigma and Perseverance in the Lives of Boys Who Dance Mellen Press 2009 Academic Interests Current Undergraduate Courses Taught Introduction to Dance Professions Dance History II VP Dance Pedagogy Problems in Choreography Professions Seminar Professions Capstone Primary Research Interest dance education and training pedagogy curriculum arts education policy gender studies masculinity social issues sociology of dance qualitative research methods Recent Publications Scholarly Books Published Risner D 2009 Stigma and Perseverance in the Lives of Boys Who Dance An Empirical Study of Male Identities in Western Theatrical Dance Training Mellen Press Studies in Dance Series Lewiston NY The Edwin Mellen Press Ltd Chapters Published Risner D 2008 When Boys Dance Cultural Resistance in Dance Education In S Shapiro ed Dance in a World of Change Examining Globalization and Cultural Differences pp 93 115 Champaign IL Human Kinetics Risner D 2009 What We Know About Boys Who Dance The Limitations of Contemporary Masculinity Dance Education In A Shay J Fisher eds When Men Dance Choreographing Masculinities across Borders pp 57 77 New York Oxford University Press Risner D 2010 Focus on Writing A Summary Paper Approach In W Oliver ed Dance Writing Handbook Journals to Essays pp 33 65 Champaign IL Human Kinetics Risner D 2010 Dancing Boys Lives A Study of Male Participation in Pre professional Dance Training Education in the U S In L Overby B Lepczyk eds Dance Current Selected Research Volume 7 pp 179 204 Brooklyn NY AMS Press Risner D 2012 Gender Problems

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    Villanova University MA and the University of Texas at Austin PhD He came to WSU from Florida State University where he was Associate Dean of the School of Theatre His most recent directing credits include Marriage The Seagull The Inspector General and Death of a Salesman at the Hilberry Theatre and Our Town The Skin of Our Teeth A Flea in Her Ear and Ah Wilderness at the Bonstelle Theatre His publications include Script Analysis for Actors Directors and Designers The Art of the Actor Manager Wilson Barrett and the Victorian Theatre and translations of The Joy of Rehearsal The Craft of Rehearsal and Beyond Rehearsal by Russian director Anatoly Efros He is Founder and Director of the department sStudy Abroad Program with the Moscow Art Theatre School Academic Interests Script Analysis and Dramaturgy 20th Century Russian Theatre Early Modern European and American Theatre Areas of Expertise Directing Active Analysis Contemporary Russian Performance Awards and Honors ATHE Service Recognition Award 1996 Murray Jackson Creative Scholar in the Arts 2014 15 Degrees and Certifications PhD in Theatre History and Criticism University of Texas at Austin 1975 MA in Theatre Villanova University 1968 BA in Speech and Drama St Ambrose College 1966

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