Oct 17, 2019  
2019-2020 Catalog: March 2019 Edition 
    
2019-2020 Catalog: March 2019 Edition [ARCHIVED]

Theatre Arts, AA


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This program was revised for the July 2018 edition of the IVC catalog. Please consult a counselor if you have any questions.

This degree offers students a broad range of specialized courses. This additional breadth is appropriate for students seeking transfer to bachelor degree programs where admission is highly competitive. All students completing this degree will take courses in six key areas: history and cultural traditions of theater, acting technique, performance procedures, stage design or stage management, production crew, and shop work. Examples of specialized coursework include vocal skills, musical theater, audio production, costume construction, stage management and contemporary theater history and criticism. By developing skills used across many forms of live entertainment, students build a portfolio of employable skills applicable to professions such as live entertainment technician, production manager, actor, singer, and dancer. Students will have the opportunity to participate in live performances on stage and as a member of the production crew. Students will spend time in the IVC theater shops learning how to build scenery and costumes. However, specific entry level employment opportunities may require additional education or experience.

History and Cultural Traditions of Theater: Classical (3 units)


History and Cultural Traditions of Theater: Contemporary (3 units)


Acting Technique (3 units)


Complete one of the following courses:


Rehearsal and Performance Procedures


Production Crew


Stage Design and Stage Management


Production Shop


Total Units Required: 19-24


To earn the associate degree:


See Earning an Associate Degree  for associate degree graduation requirements.

To transfer:


Courses required for the associate degree major at IVC may not be the same as those required for the major at a four-year school. If you plan to transfer, consult a counselor to identify the courses needed for the major at your transfer school and to develop a plan that will best meet your goals. View more information about transfering at Transfer to a Four-Year Institution .

Third-party credentialing:


Third-party credentialing may be subject to change without notice. This information is accurate as of the publication date of this catalog. For the most current information, please consult with the area dean.

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