- November 26
Thanksgiving recess begins at 10:00 p.m.; classes resume Monday, December 2.
- December 13
Last day of regularly scheduled classes for fall semester; final exams begin Monday, December 16.
- January 21
Classes resume, spring semester 2014.
- January 23
8:15-9:15 p.m., Dance Studio, MH. Auditions for dance-theater project, Encounters.
Table of Contents
- Liberal Arts Mission
- Production Policy
- Requirements for the
Theater Studies Major
- Requirements for the
Film and Media
Studies Major [pdf]
- Requirements for the Minors [pdf]
- Independent Study
- Junior Year Student-Faculty Conference
- Off-Campus Study
- Instructional Resources
- Filmmaking Resources
- Main Stage Productions & Film Series
- Talk-Back Night
- Audition Policy
- Performance Facilities
- Production and Shop Facilities
- Rules and Regulations for Use of Production and Shop Facilities
- Procedures for Requesting Use of Items
- Theater Production and Shop Positions and Their Responsibilities
- Paid Student Positions in TFMS
- The White Room
- TFMS Night
- Department Arts Alliance Awards
- The Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival (KCACTF) Awards
- Opportunities for Graduates
- Letters of Recommendation
- Core Play-Reading List for Theater Studies Majors [pdf]
- Core Film List for Film and Media Studies Majors [pdf]
- Check List: Theater Studies Major [pdf]
- Check List: Film and Media Studies Major [pdf]
- Guidelines and Application Procedures for St. Mary's Projects [pdf];
Application Form for St. Mary's Projects (pdf)
- Recommendation Release Form [pdf]
- Course Requirement Waiver or Substitution Form (pdf)
Where Are They Now?
Megan Rippey (class of 2008, B.A. women, gender, and sexuality studies, minor in theater studies) recently completed her M.F.A. in acting at the California Institute of the Arts (class of 2013).
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TFMS majors may earn academic credit by successfully completing an off-campus course of study. Before application, students should consult their faculty adviser to determine, variously, the nature of course work to be undertaken, responsibilities to be met, and requirements for satisfactory completion of work.
Study Abroad: The Office of International Education, located in Glendening Hall, advises and facilitates students who wish to study abroad for academic credit. The office also administers the National Student Exchange program. Students can participate in one of St. Mary's Signature Semesters Abroad, in England, The Gambia, Italy, and Thailand, or they can apply to attend another program (Exchange Semesters Abroad) with the approval of the College and to have academic credits transferred back to SMCM. Students interested in studying abroad must meet all requirements of the international education program, as outlined in the College catalog. TFMS students who plan a course of study abroad should meet with their faculty advisor prior to application to a program. Study abroad satisfies the Experiencing the Liberal Arts in the World (ELAW) requirement of the Core curriculum.
Study Tour to London: Sponsored by TFMS and the Office of International Education, the study tour to London takes place every January during winter break for one week and is led by David Groupé of the TFMS department. Participants attend theater performances, engage in post-performance discussions with theater personnel whenever possible, and visit local museums. Five theater tickets, air travel, hotel accommodations, and breakfasts are included in the package. Free time is also built into the tour to allow one to explore London on one's own. Students can receive one credit of independent study for their participation in the tour. Students interested in the study tour to London should consult Mr. Groupé (firstname.lastname@example.org) for further information about the tour's activities and about independent study credit.
Internships: Arranged through the College's Career Development Center by formal application to the Internship Program and supervised by a faculty member from the student's major field of study, the off-campus internship is a pre-approved, individually designed experience that affords students opportunities to explore relationships between classroom learning and practical application of knowledge in everyday work situations. Approved internships may be used to satisfy the Experiencing the Liberal Arts in the World (ELAW) requirement of the Core curriculum. Students interested in pursuing an internship must meet all requirements for admission to the Internship Program, as outlined in the College catalog.