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Theater sharpens logic and intuition, and personalizes knowledge through the practice of patience and empathy. By teaching students to act, direct, design, and write for the theater, our courses develop skills in leadership and collaboration that apply to any field of endeavor. Theater students learn to problem solve and self-start through immersion in the challenging, unpredictable, and exhilarating reversals of the creative process.
The University Theater Program offers both a major and minor in theater.
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THEA 271, Intro to Contemporary Dance
Introduces students to the concepts and practice of contemporary dance. Students gain confidence, fluidity, and control of their movement expression.