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Theatre arts course catalog

2017-18

SHELLEY COOPER, Assistant Professor
B.A., Augustana; M.F.A., University of Central Florida

JEFF COUSSENS, Professor, Chair
A.B., Augustana; M.F.A., Indiana

ANDY GUTSHALL, Assistant Professor 
B.S., Illinois State, M.F.A., University of Nebraska

JENNIFER POPPLE, Assistant Professor
B.A., Drake University; M.Ed., University of Utah; Ph.D. University of Colorado

Major in Theatre

31 credits, including THEA-141, THEA-240, THEA-242, THEA-244, THEA-301, THEA-341, THEA-343, THEA-350, THEA-450, THEA-460; THEA-314 or THEA-315; one elective from the following: THEA-314, THEA-315, THEA-340, THEA-344, THEA-410; at least two practical theatre experiences including one at the 245 level and one at the 345 or 445 level.

Minor in Theatre

18 credits in Theatre Arts including THEA141 (Introduction to Theatre) and 15 additional credits in theatre, 6 of which must be at the 300-400 level.


Courses (THEA)

'Amelia Earhart' cast

‘Amelia Earhart’ aims to thrill young audiences

Augustana’s annual children's show, “Amelia Earhart,” offers young theatre-goers an exciting story and a lot of history Sept. 23-24.

Zombie Prom

New group brings Broadway to Q-C

The new Mississippi Bend Players offers "an intense and immersive" summer internship program, and it brings a touch of Broadway to the Quad Cities.

 

Zombie Prom

Mississippi Bend Players debut with 'Zombie Prom'

The Mississippi Bend Players' inaugural seasons starts Friday with "Zombie Prom" at Augustana College's Brunner Theatre Center.

Amelia Earhart

"Amelia Earhart" tells the story of the first female aviator to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean, who disappeared over the Pacific Ocean in 1937.

Amelia Earhart

"Amelia Earhart" tells the story of the first female aviator to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean, who disappeared over the Pacific Ocean in 1937.

The Madwoman of Chaillot

In "The Madwoman of Chaillot," an eccentric woman in Paris and her allies struggle against evil men who seek only wealth and power. The play by French dramatist Jean Giraudoux was written in 1943 and first performed in 1945.