Seize the opportunity to study music and theater within a rich liberal arts environment that develops your creativity and leadership skills! St. Kate’s small class size allows you more hands-on experiences in singing, acting, directing, producing, researching and writing than at larger colleges or universities.
The class "Women and Music" examines the role of women in popular and classical music and the cultural values that influence women’s participation in musical traditions locally and globally. In the "Directing: Event Production" class, you learn the craft of directing and event planning, which includes how to analyze audiences, develop budgets and realize your idea. Or, fulfill fine arts requirements and broaden your horizons with any four-credit music and theater course, such as "Music in the Twin Cities," "World Music," and "Voice in the Workplace."
Have a passion for performing? We offer a variety of co-curricular activities to students and community adults who want to join a choir, perform on stage, or take in a theater production on campus. Participate in student performances of all types in the Frey Theater and other venues and find a path for your own musical and theatrical creativity.
Our faculty are respected scholars, gifted performers and caring mentors. Their expertise includes acting, directing, conducting, non-verbal communication, music theory, musicology and ethnomusicology, and performance on piano, voice and various other instruments..
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|Craig Johnson||theater history and firstname.lastname@example.org|
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