Auburn Bulletin 2023-2024

BFA Theatre — Performance (THEA)

Theatre majors must earn a grade of C or higher in theatre courses or they must repeat those courses for credit toward their degrees. Students must formally apply for admission to the BFA in Theatre. Students entering the BFA options in Performance typically apply for admission in the spring of their sophomore year. Application is through a portfolio review. 

ENGL 1100 English Composition I3ENGL 1120 English Composition II3
THEA 1010 Introduction to Theatre for Majors I3THEA 1110 Introduction to Theatre for Majors II13
THEA 2840 Beginning Dance Techniques3Core Math3
THEA 2310 Theatre Technology I3Core History3
THEA 2120 Acting I3THEA 2110 Voice and Movement Fundamentals3
 THEA 2111 Voice and Movement Fundamentals Lab1
 15 16
Core Science I4Core Science II4
Core Literature23Core Social Science3
THEA 2910 Production Practicum II1THEA 2700 Text Analysis 3
Required Dance Elective31THEA 2910 Production Practicum II1
THEA 2610 Costume Construction3Performance Elective73
Performance Elective73THEA ELEC (Selected from any THEA course)1
 15 15
THEA 3150 BFA Performance Studio I4THEA 3160 BFA Performance Studio II4
THEA 3840 Intermediate Dance Techniques I or 3860 Movement for the Actor3THEA 3720 Theatre History, Theory and Criticism III - Space3
THEA 3710 Theatre History, Theory and Criticism II - Body3Theatre Elective1
THEA 3190 Singing Practicum1Core Soc. Sci. or Hist.3
THEA 3910 Production Practicum III1Core Humanities or Lit.3
THEA 2650 Stage Makeup3THEA 3910 Production Practicum III1
 15 15
Electives53Core Fine Arts (except THEA 2010)3
THEA 3950 Directing Seminar3Electives53
THEA 4150 BFA Performance Studio III4THEA 4160 BFA Performance Studio IV4
THEA 4980 Senior Capstone Project1, 63Core Social Science3
Theatre Electives51UNIV 4AA0 Creed to Succeed0
 Core Humanities3
 14 16
Total Hours: 121