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Learning Outcomes


Theatre Arts

  1. Develop critical thinking and analytical ability
  2. Critique dramatic and theatrical content
  3. Practice and reproduce precise techniques pertaining to one's focus area
  4. Appraise and identify the roles of theatre in society
  5. Appraise oneself as a theatre artist and design an effective and appropriate marketing strategy for one's chosen field
  6. Relate how the current world and national events influence the human experience and translate to artistic expression
  7. Communicate the universal and historic tradition of depicting the human experience through the production process

 

Musical Theatre

Music-based objectives:

  1. Perform a wide variety of musical theatre vocal repertoire
  2. Sing with proper technique and understanding of artistry
  3. Develop proficiency in sight-reading, music theory, terminology and notation

Acting-based objectives:

  1. Perform a wide variety of acting styles
  2. Apply acting theory to character study
  3. Act with proper technique and understanding of artistry
  4. Identify and appraise the role of theatre in society

Dance-based objectives:

  1. Perform a wider variety of dance forms, including tap, jazz and ballet
  2. Dance with proper technique and understanding of artistry

Performance-based objectives:

  1. Develop an understanding of the rehearsal process
  2. Practice combining skills from all three disciplines (singing, acting, dance)
  3. Successfully engage in artistic collaboration
  4. Analyze and critique dramatic and theatric content while developing critical- and creative-thinking skills
  5. Comprehend and articulate how theatre can give artistic expression to the human condition

 

International Theatre Production

  1. Develop proficiency in areas of production, stage management and/or design depending on focus
  2. Analyze and criticize dramatic and theatrical content while developing critical-thinking and analytical skills
  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. Develop ability to adapt production work to constructive criticism administered by faculty and industry professionals
  6. Appraise and identify the roles of theatre 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
  10. Develop the ability to communicate, interact and network with industry professionals
Department of Theatre Arts

Brenda Hoyt-Brackman

419-772-2049
b-hoyt@onu.edu
Freed Center for the Performing Arts 125
525 South Main Street
Ada, Ohio 45810
Monday:
7:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Tuesday:
7:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Wednesday:
7:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Thursday:
7:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Friday:
7:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Saturday:
Closed
Sunday:
Closed