The BFA in performance prepares students who are serious, dedicated and gifted for a career in the performing arts. The program is designed to foster the skills and knowledge commensurate with the demands of a life in the theatre. The purpose of the concentration is to develop individual performers equipped to enter the professional arena and to prepare students for further study on the graduate or conservatory level. Admission to the BFA program is by audition after students have completed between 30 and 60 credit hours. Each BFA candidate is reviewed by the Theatre faculty in audition/interviews at the end of each semester.
A. Acting Sequence (18 credits)
THE 230, THE 334 and THE 339(taken two times) must be taken in sequence during the freshman and sophomore years; the balance of the sequence may be taken in any order.