In your first year, you are introduced to the fundamentals of musical theatre and acting. At the end of each term, you apply what you’ve learned in a public performance, one of them a musical. Performances take place in the Theatre Lab.
|THAR 101 - Acting Skills I|
|THAR 104 - Vocal Production for Music Theatre I|
|THAR 110 - Dance Skills I|
|THAR 140 - Music Theory and Ear Training 1|
|ENGL 102 - Analysis and Argument|
|THAR 109 - Performer's Lab|
|THAR 141 - Music Theory and Ear Training II|
|THAR 151 - Acting Skills II|
|THAR 154 - Vocal Production for Music Theatre II|
|THAR 160 - Dance Skills II|
|ENGL 103 - Introduction to Literature|
In your second year, you build on the acting, dancing and singing skills you learned in the first year. Then, you showcase your talent with three musical theatre performances, one in the Theatre Lab and two in the John L. Haar Theatre.
|THAR 201 - Acting Skills III|
|THAR 206 - Performance I|
|THAR 240 - Music Theory and Ear Training III|
|THAR 204 - Vocal Production for Musical Theatre III|
|THAR 250 - Dance Skills III|
|THAR 251 - Acting Skills IV|
|THAR 256 - Performance II|
|THAR 254 - Vocal Production for Music Theatre IV|
|THAR 260 - Dance Skills IV|
The program of study may change from year to year. The authoritative source for course descriptions and the rules and regulations that apply to students is the Academic Calendar.