B.F.A. Theatre (Design & Technology) Major

The Bachelor of Fine Arts degree with a concentration in Design & Technology is a pre-professional degree offered to students intending on pursuing a career in the theatre or a related field following graduation.  Acceptance into the degree program is through an interview process.

BFA Design & Technology students will experience work in the design areas of scenic, costume and lighting.  Training will also take place in technology and the allied crafts of scenic construction, costume construction, lighting technology and stage management in both course work and by participating in departmental productions.  They are expected to realize their work through a significant role each year.

Given its pre-professional designation, BFA degrees have additional requirements such as the BFA Senior Project, which requires an advisor, approved content, and documentation.

Catalog information: Theatre B.F.A.

"Much Ado" stage manager desk

"Much Ado" set

"Much Ado About Nothing"
Produced in the Happy State Bank Theatre.

Designed and Managed by WT Theatre students.
* WT faculty

Director: Stephen Crandall*
Scenic Design: Grace Cammack
Light Design: Mary Wadlington
Costume Design: Anne Medlock-Ely*
Asst. Costume Design: Kayla Specht
Hair & Makeup Design: Emille Rottman
Sound Design: Bella Barnett
Properties Design: Sarah Stebbins
Stage Manager: Sara Gonzalez
Asst. Stage Manager: Noah Little
Technical Director: Thomas Stowers
Master Electrician: Sarah Garcia
Light Programmer: Bernadette Davis
Sound Operator: Clarissa Cervantez
Wardrobe Head: Cydnee Augesen

"9 to 5" stage manager desk 
"9 to 5, the Musical" backstage stage manager

"9 to 5" lift

"Chicago" set construction