Neelam Vaswani

Undergraduate Discipline

Theatre

Graduate Program

MFA Theatre Program

Undergraduate Courses 2017-2018

Theatre

Internship Conference

Intermediate , Component—Year

For students who wish to pursue a professional internship as part of their program, all areas of producing and administration are possible: production, marketing, advertising, casting, development, etc. Students must have at least one day each week to devote to the internship. Through individual meetings, we will best determine each student’s placement to meet individual academic and artistic goals.

Faculty

Stage Management

Open , Component—Fall and Spring

This class meets once a week during the fall semester and is taught by Ms. Minsky. Spring semester is taught by Ms. Vaswani and is devoted to mentored production practicums.

This course is a hands-on laboratory class in the skills, practices, and attitudes that help a stage manager organize an environment in which a theatrical team can work together productively and with minimum stress. Classroom exercises and discussion augment the mentored production work that is assigned to each student. Script analysis, blocking notation, prop management, and cue writing/calling are among the topics covered. Knowledge of—and practice in—stage management are essential tools for directors and useful supplements for actors and designers.

Faculty

Graduate Courses

Theatre 2017-2018

Internship Conference

Intermediate , Component—Year

For students who wish to pursue a professional internship as part of their program, all areas of producing and administration are possible: production, marketing, advertising, casting, development, etc. Students must have at least one day each week to devote to the internship. Through individual meetings, we will best determine each student’s placement to meet individual academic and artistic goals.

Faculty

Stage Management

Open , Component—Fall and Spring

This class meets once a week during the fall semester and is taught by Ms. Minsky. Spring semester is taught by Ms. Vaswani and is devoted to mentored production practicums.

This course is a hands-on laboratory class in the skills, practices, and attitudes that help a stage manager organize an environment in which a theatrical team can work together productively and with minimum stress. Classroom exercises and discussion augment the mentored production work that is assigned to each student. Script analysis, blocking notation, prop management, and cue writing/calling are among the topics covered. Knowledge of—and practice in—stage management are essential tools for directors and useful supplements for actors and designers.

Faculty