Student Originated Studies: Performance, Theatre, Dance and Technical Theatre
Revised Last Updated: 08/24/2009
Fall and Winter quarters
Faculty: Walter Eugene Grodzik theatre
Faculty Signature Required: During the summer months, students who have a project in mind should contact Marcia Zitzelman in the Sem II support office (360-867-5427) to facilitate faculty approval. Students should not rely upon usual methods of contact for Walter Eugene Grodzik (360-867-6076 or firstname.lastname@example.org). Students who have completed their appointments by the spring 2009 Academic Fair, May 13, 2009 will be given priority. Qualified students will be accepted until the program fills.
Major areas of study include performance, theatre, dance, technical theatre, lighting, costuming and stage management.
Class Standing: Sophomores or above; transfer students welcome.
Accepts Winter Enrollment: This program will accept new enrollment, with signature. Interested students should contact Walter Grodzik (360-867-6076 or email@example.com).
Student Originated Studies: Performance, Theatre, Dance and Technical Theatre offers opportunities for students to do advanced work in performance or technical theatre. Students will work independently on their own creative and research projects. This SOS will be made up of individual students and small groups that will devise projects and meet in a weekly forum. In the forum, students will present works-in-progress to get feedback and advice. The forum is intended to provide a sense of community and support to students. All other contract obligations will be worked out individually with the faculty member. Students will enroll for SOS, then design their quarter-long, contract-style work plans using input from the faculty member.
Students are encouraged to cluster together around projects that reflect their shared interests. Please note that there are opportunities for technical theatre internships. Students who are interested in technical theatre internships should discuss their interest with Walter Eugene Grodzik as soon as possible as these students must also meet with Jeremy Reynolds, technical director, for further coordination of their internships.
Credits: 16 per quarter
Internship Possibilities: In technical theatre, with faculty approval.
Special Expenses: $50 for production costs.
Program is preparatory for careers and future studies in the performing arts, arts administration, acting and stage management.
Planning Units: Expressive Arts
|June 9th, 2009||Faculty signature information updated; Marcia Zitzelman will facilitate contact with Walter Grodzik.|
|June 9th, 2009||Winter enrollment details added.|
|August 24th, 2009||Fees have been added.|