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  • Bachelor of Fine Arts: Acting +

    • Create convincing, compelling characters performed with vocal, physical, and emotional specificity.
    • Demonstrate the use of objectives, obstacles, actions, subtext and text.
    • Speak in a supported manner, free of tension and appropriate to the demands of theatre, TV, and film.
    • Stand and move utilizing an aligned spine, free of unintended physical tension and mannerisms.
    • Apply historical insight and critical analysis to the performance of texts from a variety of periods, styles and genres.
    • Demonstrate ability to positively and effectively apply acting adjustments as directed.
    • Apply standard entertainment industry business practices regarding preparation, communication and professionalism.
    • Engage in a collaborative production process.
  • Bachelor of Fine Arts: Music Theatre +

    • Create convincing, compelling characters performed with vocal, physical and emotional specificity.
    • Perform a variety of musical styles with a synthesis of acting, singing and movement skills.
    • Present a professional audition music portfolio, containing historical and contemporary styles, and a variety of music theatre sub-genres.
    • Utilize healthy vocal techniques.
    • Demonstrate competency in musicianship, keyboarding and aural skills.
    • Perform harmonies based on professional ensemble work.
    • Identify historical and cultural dimensions of music theatre, including the works of leading musical librettists, lyricists and composers.
    • Apply standard entertainment industry business practices regarding preparation, communication and professionalism.
  • Bachelor of Fine Arts: Dance Theatre +

    • Create compelling performance arcs demonstrating physical, vocal and emotional specificity.
    • Demonstrate technical proficiency in ballet, jazz, modern, and a variety of movement styles and disciplines.
    • Memorize and reproduce extended sequences of theatrical movement with respect to space, time, motion, and energy.
    • Develop and apply safe physical practices and holistic self-care.
    • Apply critical and interpretive analysis related to theatre, film, performance and choreography.
    • Demonstrate ability to positively and effectively apply adjustments as directed.
    • Apply Standard entertainment industry business practices regarding preparation, communication and professionalism.
    • Engage in a collaborative production process.
  • Bachelor of Fine Arts: Performing Arts - Acting +

    • Demonstrate well-rounded development in the performing arts, including critical thinking skills, advanced-level skills in performing arts, and enhanced creativity.
    • Work effectively in groups to create theatrical moments or events and solve production problems.
    • Demonstrate, across the various sub-fields skills in personal discipline (organization, focus, energy, commitment), effectively applied to theatrical problem-solving and the creation of theatrical moments and events.
    • Formulate constructive critical responses to theatrical phenomenon.
    • Demonstrate comprehension and application of make-up techniques and materials.
    • Apply business practices to the promotion and maintenance of a sustainable career.
    • Additional Program Learning Outcomes Based on Concentration in Acting:
    • Compare different theatrical forms, aesthetic values, or cultural contexts as a way of deepening technical skills and expanding awareness of what is theatrically possible.
  • Bachelor of Fine Arts: Performing Arts – Music Theatre +

    • Demonstrate well-rounded development in the performing arts, including critical thinking skills, advanced-level skills in performing arts, and enhanced creativity.
    • Work effectively in groups to create theatrical moments or events and solve production problems.
    • Demonstrate, across the various sub-fields skills in personal discipline (organization, focus, energy, commitment), effectively applied to theatrical problem-solving and the creation of theatrical moments and events.
    • Formulate constructive critical responses to theatrical phenomenon.
    • Demonstrate comprehension and application of make-up techniques and materials.
    • Apply business practices to the promotion and maintenance of a sustainable career.
    • Additional Program Learning Outcomes Based on Concentration in Music Theatre:
    • Demonstrate authentic, believable and expressive singing, dancing, acting choices and behaviors.
    • Utilize appropriate interpretation in performing compositions from a variety of historical styles and periods.
    • Compare different theatrical forms, aesthetic values, or cultural contexts as a way of deepening technical skills and expanding awareness of what is theatrically possible.
  • Bachelor of Fine Arts: Performing Arts – Dance Theatre +

    • Demonstrate well-rounded development in the performing arts, including critical thinking skills, advanced-level skills in performing arts, and enhanced creativity.
    • Work effectively in groups to create theatrical moments or events and solve production problems.
    • Demonstrate, across the various sub-fields skills in personal discipline (organization, focus, energy, commitment), effectively applied to theatrical problem-solving and the creation of theatrical moments and events.
    • Formulate constructive critical responses to theatrical phenomenon.
    • Demonstrate comprehension and application of make-up techniques and materials.
    • Apply business practices to the promotion and maintenance of a sustainable career.
    • Additional Program Learning Outcomes Based on Concentration in Dance Theatre:
    • Understand and apply multiple theories of seeing, making and practicing dance theatre in creative performance.
    • Apply the principles of dance training, choreography and dance performance.
  • Liberal Arts BA in Theatre +

    • Demonstrate abilities to exhibit excellence in preparation, presentation, and credibility, incorporating these in the specific craft of theatre arts.
    • Demonstrate comprehension of the core concepts, processes, history, and theory of theatre and performance.
    • Implement analytical, conceptual and technical skills in a variety of performance practices.
    • Work effectively in groups, to create theatrical moments or events and solve production problems.
    • Demonstrate, across the various sub-fields, skills in personal discipline (organization, focus, energy commitment), effectively applied to theatrical problem-solving and the creation of theatrical moments and events.
    • Formulate constructive critical responses to theatrical phenomena.
    • Compare different theatrical forms, aesthetic values, or cultural contexts, as a way of deepening one’s technical skills and expanding one’s awareness of what is theatrically possible.
  • Associate of Occupational Studies: Acting +

    • Create convincing, compelling characters performed with vocal, physical, and emotional specificity.
    • Demonstrate the use of objectives, obstacles, actions, subtext and text.
    • Speak in a supported manner, free of tension and appropriate to the demands of theatre, TV, and film.
    • Stand and move utilizing an aligned spine, free of unintended physical tension and mannerisms.
    • Apply historical insight and critical analysis to the performance of texts from a variety of periods, styles and genres.
    • Demonstrate ability to positively and effectively apply acting adjustments as directed.
    • Apply standard entertainment industry business practices regarding preparation, communication and professionalism.
    • Engage in a collaborative production process.
  • Associate of Occupational Studies: Musical Theatre +

    • Create convincing, compelling characters performed with vocal, physical and emotional specificity.
    • Perform a variety of musical styles with a synthesis of acting, singing and movement skills.
    • Present a professional audition music portfolio, containing historical and contemporary styles, and a variety of music theatre sub-genres.
    • Utilize healthy vocal techniques.
    • Demonstrate competency in musicianship, keyboarding and aural skills.
    • Perform harmonies based on professional ensemble work.
    • Identify historical and cultural dimensions of music theatre, including the works of leading musical librettists, lyricists and composers.
    • Apply standard entertainment industry business practices regarding preparation, communication and professionalism.
  • Associate of Occupational Studies: Dance Theatre +

    • Create compelling performance arcs demonstrating physical, vocal and emotional specificity.
    • Demonstrate technical proficiency in ballet, jazz, modern, and a variety of movement styles and disciplines.
    • Memorize and reproduce extended sequences of theatrical movement with respect to space, time, motion, and energy.
    • Develop and apply safe physical practices and holistic self-care.
    • Apply critical and interpretive analysis related to theatre, film, performance and choreography.
    • Demonstrate ability to positively and effectively apply adjustments as directed.
    • Apply Standard entertainment industry business practices regarding preparation, communication and professionalism.
    • Engage in a collaborative production process.
  • Studio Conservatory +

    • Create convincing, compelling characters performed with vocal, physical, and emotional specificity.
    • Demonstrate the use of objectives, obstacles, actions, subtext and text.
    • Speak in a supported manner, free of tension and appropriate to the demands of theatre, TV, and film.
    • Stand and move utilizing an aligned spine, free of unintended physical tension and mannerisms.
    • Apply historical insight and critical analysis to the performance of texts from a variety of periods, styles and genres.
    • Demonstrate ability to positively and effectively apply acting adjustments as directed.
    • Apply standard entertainment industry business practices regarding preparation, communication and professionalism.
    • Engage in a collaborative production process.
  • Integrated Conservatory +

    • Create convincing, compelling characters performed with vocal, physical and emotional specificity.
    • Perform a variety of musical styles with a synthesis of acting, singing and movement skills.
    • Present a professional audition music portfolio, containing historical and contemporary styles, and a variety of music theatre sub-genres.
    • Utilize healthy vocal techniques.
    • Demonstrate competency in musicianship, keyboarding and aural skills.
    • Perform harmonies based on professional ensemble work.
    • Identify historical and cultural dimensions of music theatre, including the works of leading musical librettists, lyricists and composers.
    • Apply standard entertainment industry business practices regarding preparation, communication and professionalism.
  • Dance Theatre Conservatory +

    • Create convincing, compelling characters performed with vocal, physical, and emotional specificity.
    • Demonstrate the use of objectives, obstacles, actions, subtext and text.
    • Speak in a supported manner, free of tension and appropriate to the demands of theatre, TV, and film.
    • Stand and move utilizing an aligned spine, free of unintended physical tension and mannerisms.
    • Apply historical insight and critical analysis to the performance of texts from a variety of periods, styles and genres.
    • Demonstrate ability to positively and effectively apply acting adjustments as directed.
    • Apply standard entertainment industry business practices regarding preparation, communication and professionalism.
    • Engage in a collaborative production process.