The Wellesley College Theatre Studies Program offers courses across many different theatre disciplines, including Acting, Set Design, Stagecraft, Lighting, Costuming, Directing, and Playwriting. Through the THST 345 Production course, students can put learned skills into practice while being supported by professional advisers.

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Related Courses Applicable to the Major

AFR 207 Images of Africana People through the Cinema
AFR 222 Images of Women and Blacks in American Cinema
AFR 266 Black Drama
ARTH 364 Women Filmmakers: History and Theory of Subversion
ARTS 165 Introduction to Video Production
ARTS 265 Intermediate Video Production
CAMS 175 Introduction to Cinema Studies
CAMS 231 Film as Art
ENG 112 Introduction to Shakespeare
ENG 127 Modern European and American Drama
ENG 223 Shakespeare Part I: The Elizabethan Period
ENG 224 Shakespeare Part II: The Jacobean Period
ENG 320 Literary Cross Currents
ENG 324 Advanced Studies in Shakespeare
ENG 325 Advanced Studies in Sixteenth- and
Seventeenth-Century Literature
FREN 222 French Cinema
FREN 313 George Sand and the Romantic Theatre
ITAS 212 Italian Women Directors: The Female Authorial Voice in
Italian Cinema (in English)
ITAS 261 Italian Cinema
ITAS 311 Theatre, Politics, and the Arts in Renaissance Italy
JPN 251 Japanese Writers and Their Worlds
JPN 256 Japanese Film: The Restaging of a Culture
PHIL 203 Philosophy of Art
SPAN 300 Honor, Monarchy, and Religion in the Golden Age Drama
WOST 249 Asian American Women in Film and Video