Kathryn Donovan, Minor Advisor
C O N T E N T S
The musical theater minor is offered to students majoring in disciplines related to musical theater performance. Students looking to explore and strengthen their interest in musical theater are encouraged to consider this minor. The minor offers classes in acting, dance, singing, and musical theater performance techniques that are not included in the related majors listed below.
This program is designed solely for students majoring in voice, acting, directing, playwriting and production, and dance because their success in the minor is due in part to their continuing, concentrated study and growth in their individual majors. In other words, ongoing development as a dancer, actor, or vocal major enhances students’ ability to succeed in the minor and beyond in the theater profession.
Undergraduate students majoring in Acting; Directing Playwriting + Production; Dance; Vocal Performance, who have completed 12 credits and who have earned a 3.0 GPA in their major, may audition to enroll in the Musical Theater minor. The faculty in the schools of dance, music, and theater conduct auditions required for admission to the minor, which is restricted to students most apt to succeed in cross-disciplinary training. A grade of B or better in the initial cross-discipline courses in Voice, Dance, and/or Acting, normally taken in the minor during the Sophomore year, is required to continue through the sequence of courses in the minor.
Program Requirements (15-16 credits)