Department of Theatre and Dance students benefit from a dedicated
faculty with expertise in varied fields of interest. Courses
taught by our core faculty are complemented by Visiting Faculty
and Granada Artists-in-Residence, professionals who come to the
department for a limited time to create and teach.
Courses currently offered may not always match the courses
recommended in the Course Catalog. Contact the Arts Group
Undergraduate Adviser or the Graduate Adviser
(752-8710) for more information, or consult a Faculty
Theatre & Dance course offerings for the 2015-2016 academic
year are listed below, by quarter. To see course descriptions,
use the menu at left to view them on our site, or use our
link to the general catalog, at right.
Use the Registrar’s Course Search Tool to see times, dates and
locations for each course and to plan your schedule.
This unique class for musical theatre focuses on specific
lyric/scene monologue work as well as picking it apart musically.
Important emphasis on why the song exists
in the first place, what the actor/performer
has to physically do and accomplish. The class involves
quite a bit of physicality and various acting exercises
that often come out of the material itself.