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The Department of Drama offers graduate programs leading to the degree of PhD in Performance Studies, Master of Fine Arts degrees in Theatre Design, Directing, Theatre Voice Pedagogy, and Theatre Practice, and Master of Arts in Drama degree.
The aim of the MFA programs is to train candidates to a level of competency sufficient to enter the profession.
The MA program, essentially research oriented, also offers training in dramaturgy as one of the means by which candidates may be actively involved in the creative pursuits of the Department, and also prepares for further PhD studies.
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Official transcripts from all universities attended. These are scanned into your on-line application, with paper copies to follow at a later date.
• Curriculum Vitae/Resume
• 3 letters of recommendation
• Reference letters must be received by the deadline.
Letter of intent outlining why you want to teach voice, speech and text
Portfolio which includes reviews or commentaries on your work in performance, coaching or teaching
Please submit directly to the department a DVD of your teaching and coaching an actor or a class
The undergraduate degree (see "General Information: Entrance Requirements", above) must normally be a four-year degree in theatre studies in order for the applicant to be considered eligible for the MFA program. In addition, numerous practical theatre credits are required in the applicant's intended area of specialization along with three letters of recommendation on the applicant's professional promise Between the academic and the artistic requirements candidates must: demonstrate a fundamental knowledge of the components of theatre art – acting, design, and directing; have extensive training and experience in the area of their intended specialization; and possess sufficient preparation in dramatic literature, theatre history, and theatre aesthetics.
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