The joint theatre program trains students in applied theatre education: set, stage, light and sound design, playwriting, improvisational theatre techniques, music ensembles, directing and performance.
Research moves from attempts to understand the structure of a play, its dramaturgy, to ways of exploring historical and critical contexts that inform and energize that dramaturgy. Research asks how we can apply a knowledge of the liberal arts to the process of making a play.
Here, for example, is one way of imagining these categories:
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