Theatre majors interested in the disciplines of scenic design, lighting design, sound design, and/or technical direction may take general and advanced courses in Scene Painting, Period Décor, Scene Design, Stagecraft, Drafting, Sound Production, Lighting Design, and Props.. Students have opportunities for a variety of practical experiences such as designing for dance and studio or mainstage productions. Other possibilities include being a technical director, master electrician, props master, designer’s assistant, scenic artist, draftsman or master carpenter.
Students have opportunities for a variety of practical experiences such as designing for dance and studio or main stage productions. Other possibilities include being a designer’s assistant, make-up designer, hair stylist, crafts-person, cutter/draper, or milliner on a given production.
Theatre majors interested in the discipline of costume design/production may take general and advanced courses in Costume Design, History, Construction, and Crafts. Students participate in a sequence of academic and studio work, and a variety of design and production experiences. University class work and production assignments provide training in designing, patterning, tailoring, millinery, craftwork, dying, and various other methods of fabric manipulation, as well as drawing and rendering and portfolio development.
Read details about the curriculum on our BA Theatre Curriculum page.
For more information on the department, University and/or core curriculum requirements, please visit the UA Undergraduate Catalog.
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