- 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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During spring semester of their junior year, each major will be scheduled to meet informally with the full department faculty in order to discuss the range, strengths, and weaknesses of their current achievements in departmental curricula. Conferences will address each student's record and progress of work in TFMS classes, shops, rehearsals, and performances. The faculty will address the quality of each student's accomplishments in the major, discuss the student's future plans, and advise students about possible routes toward reaching their goals.
Here's what students have had to say about their conferences:
Josh Bristol, 2008, B.A. theater studies: So my junior conference was pretty much the most awesome thing. I was thinking of putting it off a year since I knew I wasn't graduating on time, but someone convinced me not to and it was very fortunate. It was that conference that got the ball rolling for me to direct SubUrbia on the main stage. If I hadn't directed SubUrbia I doubt I would have developed the skills and confidence as a director that have allowed me to continue directing outside of college. Also, that conference got me hooked up with 2 ASM gigs in NYC through Joanne Klein, so I got to spend that summer living in NYC and learning first hand what professional theater was all about. Without my junior conference I wouldn't have gotten to do either of these things, which contributed greatly to the development of my skills in and knowledge of theater.
Graham Pilato, 2004, B.A. theater: I appreciated very much having the conference. I'd encourage anyone to do it. It's a rare chance to have all of the TMFS faculty right there, supporting you, in one room. I'd [take advantage of the conference], if I could. I brought all I could to that meeting; I remember, lots of ideas and plans.