The Puppetry Minor for Non-Theatre Majors provides a broad understanding of the field of puppetry in terms of puppet design, build, and manipulation, script-writing/adaptation, and puppet performance.
Todd Dicken, MFA, Lecturer, is a full-time faculty member in the Department of Visual & Dramatic Arts
Katherine Garlick, MFA, Associate Professor, is a full-time faculty member in the Department of Visual & Dramatic Arts
Non-theatre majors who wish to complete a minor in Puppetry must take a minimum of 12 semester hours as described below.
|THTR 1563||Costume Construction and Craft||3|
|THTR 2607||Introduction to Puppetry||3|
|THTR 3707||Topics in Puppetry||3|
|Select 3 s.h. from the following:||3|
|Topics in Theatre Props and Crafts|
|Topics Neutral and Char Mask|
|Topics in Theatre Prop Making|
|Topics Theatre Scene Painting|
|Topics in Theatre|
|Total Semester Hours||12|