Graduate-Studies The Theatre School Winter/Spring 2007-2008 by DePaul University

More catalogs by DePaul University | Graduate-Studies The Theatre School Winter/Spring 2007-2008 | 22 pages | 2018-05-09

Ads

Contacts for DePaul University

DePaul University
1 E. Jackson Blvd.
Chicago, IL 60604
(312) 362-8000
(800) 4DE PAUL (outside Illinois)

http://www.depaul.edu/

Catalog Graduate-Studies The Theatre School Winter/Spring 2007-2008

Graduate-Studies The Theatre School Winter/Spring 2007-2008 is listed under these categories

Education

Featured catalog pages of Graduate-Studies The Theatre School Winter/Spring 2007-2008

administration the theatre school graduate studies administration administration anna ables m.f.a director of marketing and public relations southern utah university jason beck b.f.a director of admissions the theatre school depaul john bridges m.a director of administration and assistant dean western illinois university dean corrin m.f.a associate dean and chair of theatre studies ohio university tessa craib-cox b.a director of development the courtauld institute at the university of london john culbert m.f.a dean new york university maliwan diemer m.a manager of public relations and special events indiana university mitsu gee b.a executive assistant to the dean boston university anastasia gonzalez budget manager weston morris b.f.a operations manager school of the art institute of chicago amanda paules b.f.a academic assistant to the associate dean the theatre school depaul leslie shook m.a theatre manager university of illinois melissa tropp b.a admissions assistant illinois

faculty and staff the theatre school graduate studies faculty and staff faculty and staff in keeping with the school​s concept of the dual importance of theory and practice and of producing a superior quality of instruction the theatre school​s faculty and staff are highly qualified both professionally and academically the faculty is regularly supplemented by accomplished working professionals in addition visiting artists and professionals appear in our guest speaker series chicago live the arts among them have been playwright david mamet actresses celeste holm florence henderson and julie harris actors rip torn charles durning ray liotta jonathan pryce brian dennehy and laurence fishburne chicago​s nationally known steppenwolf ensemble including john malkovich jeff perry and gary sinise the late comedian avery schrieber director joanne akalaitis anne bogart frank galati and paul sills and alumni gillian anderson joe mantegna john c reilly and kevin anderson

the theatre school depaul sharon gopfert m.f.a performance workshop for non-majors the theatre school depaul tim gregory m.f.a world of the theatre the theatre school depaul phyllis e griffin m.f.a voice and speech goodman school of drama gabriel halpern m.a movement goddard college betsy hamilton b.f.a movement university of texas rachel healy m.f.a rendering costume design northwestern university criss henderson b.f.a arts leadership program the theatre school depaul ron hirsen ph.d world of the theatre university of illinois carolyn hoerdemann b.f.a performance workshop for non-majors the theatre school depaul chris hofmann b.a director of technical operations adams state college josh horvath b.f.a sound design and technology wright state university donald w ilko ph.d acting and performance workshop case western reserve university bella itkin ph.d professor emeritus case western reserve university john jenkins b.a movement technique pittsburg state university jim jensen b.a

dramatic writing for non-majors trinity university nicholas sandys pullin m.a stage combat cambridge university gerry reynolds scene shop foreman leslie riley b.a movement school of the art institute of chicago clifton d robinson master drummer/west african dance michael rourke m.f.a design workshop lighting technology university of virginia alan salzenstein j.d performing arts management arts leadership program iit chicago kent college of law roche schulfer b.a theatre studies university of notre dame kimberly senior b.a theatrical collaboration connecticut college james sherman m.f.a playwrights​ seminar brandeis university scott shiller commercial theatre management leslie shook m.a theatre management theatre manager merle reskin theatre university of illinois rachel shteir d.f.a dramaturgy/criticism yale school of drama rachel slavick m.f.a performance workshop for non-majors the theatre school depaul joseph slowik m.f.a professor emeritus acting directing goodman school

programs of study the theatre school graduate studies programs of study programs of study the theatre school offers programs leading to the master of fine arts degree in the areas of acting arts leadership and directing the minimum quarter hour requirements vary from program to program the acting and directing programs require a three-year course of study the arts leadership program requires a two-year course of study and a two-year fellowship employment placement at chicago shakespeare

auditions for candidates in acting and directing the theatre school graduate studies auditions for candidates in acting and directing auditions for candidates in acting and directing acting our auditions place special emphasis on the applicant​s potential for future growth we believe that imagination personal initiative self-discipline stamina seriousness of commitment to the acting profession and trainability are fundamental by trainability we mean that we attempt to judge the applicant​s potential for growth we believe that this potential can be assessed by evaluating how the student reveals inner resources through the work we look for the student​s ability to focus personal energies in a relaxed manner which will enhance communication of the conflict the character faces in the context of the play students who get trapped in ​c haracterization​ or ​s tyle​ tend to demonstrate their level of virtuosity rather than tapping their deeper

interviews for candidates in arts leadership the theatre school graduate studies interviews for candidates in arts leadership interviews for candidates in arts leadership in addition to the application materials arts leadership applicants submit a series of written statements including a personal statement please contact the theatre school​s admissions office for exact written requirements arts leadership applicants are evaluated by an admissions committee and semi-finalists are contacted for phone interviews finalists are selected for an in-person interview with personnel from the theatre school and chicago shakespeare theater the in-person interview will take place in chicago at applicant s expense significant consideration regarding the admissions decision will be placed on the in person

residence requirements for the master of fine arts degree the theatre school graduate studies residence requirements for the master of fine arts degree residence requirements for the master of fine arts degree all courses for the master of fine arts degree must be taken at depaul university graduate credit for courses completed at other institutions may not be applied toward the degree though in some exceptional cases they may be used as a foundation for advanced placement in the design areas only candidates for acting and directing must complete nine quarters of a three year course of study each course of study is sequential and begins in the autumn quarter only while it is possible for a student to apply for a leave of absence for one year between two given years of study i.e between the second and third year first and second year it is never possible to skip one quarter within a single year candidates for arts leadership must complete six quarters of a two year course of study

grades and retention the theatre school graduate studies grades and retention grades and retention graduate students are expected to maintain a higher level of academic achievement than undergraduate students the basic grade of c or c will be acceptable in no more than half the graduate courses required in the major field see page 271 for grade information students in all programs of the school are evaluated annually by the faculty the evaluation a professional and confidential process is based on four key elements growth in the chosen field professional discipline collaboration and professional potential students continue their program of study in the following year by invitation of the faculty as conveyed by the dean the school s policies about admission retention evaluations of students invitations to return and related matters are defined in the student handbook available through the theatre school web site at http theatreschool.depaul.edu

iii mfa in arts leadership first year introduction to public service management business and professional communication writing in the professions financial administration leadership in organizations fundraising and development for non-profit organizations synthesis seminar graduate management practicum second year working with and external board law and non-profit organizations organizational and interpersonal dynamics synthesis seminar graduate management practicum elective coursesgraduate thesis