Minor in Theater Design + Production
The theater design and production minor gives students an opportunity to explore behind the scenes in hands-on courses that offer experiential learning in all areas of technical theater. Carpentry, painting, drawing, designing, building, sewing, wiring, sound engineering and problem solving are all a part of this minor.
Required Courses (12 credits)
DR 140 Stagecraft (3 credits)
DR 307 Drafting and Rendering (3 credits)
plus two of the following:
DR 340, 341 or 342 Scenic, Lighting or Costume Design (3 credits each)
Electives (6 credits)
Any two 100-400 level DR courses (3 credits each)
Students may count up to 3 credits of practicum as electives toward the technical theater minor.
Performing Arts Workshop
The department invites participation in musical performance workshops, which carry an optional 1 academic credit and which can be repeated up to a maximum of 6 credits, the equivalent of two electives in liberal arts. These workshops include:
- MU 190 Quinnipiac Singers
- MU 191 Hamden Symphony Orchestra
- MU 194 Jazz Ensemble
- MU 140 Applied Studio Lessons
For more information, please contact Crystal Brian, professor of theater, at 203-582-8394 or firstname.lastname@example.org.