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DEPARTMENT OF THEATRE AND DANCE STUDENT HANDBOOK Welcome to the Department of Theatre and Dance!

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DEPARTMENT OF

THEATRE AND DANCE

STUDENT HANDBOOK

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Welcome to the Department of Theatre and Dance!

The ISU Theatre and Dance Department provides a well-rounded curriculum that is both basic and innovative. Theatre and Dance productions range from classics to contemporary, from intimate to large-scale, and from student-directed to faculty produced. All programs in Theatre and Dance are structured to provide a rich mixture of academic, design, and performance courses, coupled with a broad array of electives, enabling ISU students to pursue theatre and dance as a profession or an avocation. Students may choose to focus on performance (acting, directing, dance, and choreography), technical theatre, dance education, or achieve an Education degree with certification to teach theatre. All ISU Theatre and Dance students are expected to gain a broad-based knowledge of all major aspects of production, and a solid grounding in the history, theory, and literature of their art.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

4. GENERAL DEPARTMENT POLICIES

a. SEEKING STUDENT

EMPLOYMENT IN SCENE

/COSTUME SHOPS OR

BOX OFFICE

b. CASTING POLICIES

c. CREW AND STAGE

MANAGEMENT POLICIES

d. PRODUCTION CREDITS

e. INDEPENDENT STUDIES AND

PRACTICUM COURSES

f. SCHEDULE CHANGE CARD

INSTRUCTIONS (HOW TO

PROCEED)

1) SCHEDULE CHANGE CARD

5. MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION

a. PARKING AT THE STEPHENS

PERFORMING ARTS CENTER

b. DRESSING AND MAKEUP

ROOM POLICIES

  • 1. ABOUT THE DEPARTMENT
    • a. DEGREES OFFERED
    • b. FINANCIAL AID AND SCHOLARSHIPS
  • c. HOW TO BECOME A MAJOR
  • AND CHOOSE YOUR ADVISOR
  • ABOUT THE THEATRE PROGRAM
  • a. SUGGESTED COURSE
  • SEQUENCE FOR THEATRE
  • STUDENTS
  • 1). A SPECIAL NOTE FOR
  • EDUCATION MAJORS
  • b. EXIT INTERVIEWS
  • ABOUT THE DANCE PROGRAM
  • a. SUGGESTED COURSE
  • SEQUENCE FOR DANCE
  • MINORS
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