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Bachelor of Fine Arts in Interarts Performance

Designed for students who have interests in the visual arts and theatre as well as a desire to create original performance pieces. Interarts majors are introduced to a diverse range of art forms and creative practices with the aim of generating work that blurs boundaries between the visual arts and performance.

This is an interdisciplinary degree jointly offered by the Stamps School of Art & Design and the Department of Theatre & Drama in the School of Music, Theatre & Dance. Admission to the program is administered by Stamps.

Please visit the BFA in Interarts Performance page on the Stamps School website for more information.

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Curriculum

The Bachelor of Fine Arts in Interarts Performance requires a minimum of 130 credits: Coursework is 70% within SMTD and the Stamps School of Art & Design and 30% within the liberal arts.

Please visit the BFA in Interarts Performance page on the Stamps School website for complete degree requirements.

Courses

SMTD offers a wide variety of courses across all disciplines.

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Faculty


Daniel Cantor

Associate Professor of Theatre & Drama
Acting, Directing

José Casas

Associate Professor of Theatre & Drama
Playwriting

Antonio Disla

Clinical Assistant Professor of Theatre & Drama
Acting, African-American Drama

Patrick Drone

Technical Manager - Properties Shop Manager and Adjunct Lecturer in Theatre & Drama

Jungah Han

Assistant Professor of Theatre & Drama
Scenic Design

Jake Hooker

Lecturer
Community Engagement, Theatre History

Amy E. Hughes

Professor of Theatre & Drama, Head of Theatre Studies
Dramatic Literature, Theatre History

Kevin Judge

Associate Professor of Theatre & Drama
Scenic Design

Richard Lindsay

Supervisor Scenery and Construction, University Productions and Adjunct Lecturer in Theatre and Drama, School of Music, Theatre & Dance

Ashley E. Lucas

Professor of Theatre & Drama and LS&A Residential College
Atonement Project, Theatre for Social Change

Henry P. Reynolds

Information Systems Administrator University Productions and Assistant Professor of Theatre