International Theatre Production
1. Develop proficiency in areas of production, stage management and design.
2. Analyze and criticize dramatic and theatrical content while developing critical thinking and analytical ability
3. Practice and reproduce precise techniques pertaining to the major craft areas that are the student's main focus
4. Demonstrate skills in incorporating and applying techniques to production work
5. Adapting production work to constructive criticism administered by faculty and guest artists
6. Appraise and identify the roles of theater in society
7. Appraise self and design an effective and appropriate marketing strategy for the individual in the present field
8. Relate how the current world and national events influence the human experience and translate to artistic expression
9. Communicate the universal and historic tradition of depicting the human experience through the production process
The spring PORTFOLIO REVIEWS are the main assessment tool. All ITP majors have a portfolio review where their progress in classes and productions is evaluated. This past year the students were evaluated by two technical faculty members as well a guest assessor.
The CAPSTONE EXPERIENCE is evaluated separately to better evaluate the learning objectives since the senior-capstone experience is about the culmination of four years of study.
Annual Reports on the Assessment of Student Learning
Follow the links below to view the full text of the reports for each academic year.
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