University Theatre

 

What is the Student Studio?

 

The Student Studio is a University Theatre-sponsored production that is directed, produced, designed, and performed by NC State students. Each year, University Theatre accepts proposals from experienced students who want to produce a Student Studio production. These productions require a strong commitment of time and organization. If you are chosen, you will enroll in a Theatre Practicum for the spring semester. Theatre Practicum (THE 293) is a variable credit course for students interested in production-focused theatre training in various areas.

 

Directing students:

Student Studio Theatre Practicum – directing focus: Work with an advisor on our directing staff, a student production manager and a production team to produce and direct a one-act play in the Kennedy-McIlwee Studio Theatre. (Spring semester only, limited enrollment, proposal required.)

 

Design/stagecraft students:

Student Studio Theatre Practicum – production focus: Design and stagecraft students will work with an advisor, a student director and a production team to produce a one-act play in the Kennedy-McIlwee Studio Theatre. (Spring semester only, limited enrollment, proposal required.)

 

How to apply:

 

Student Studio Proposal

Student Studio Proposal Personel

Student Studio Production Guidelines

Student Studio Personel Guidelines

 

Email your proposal to Mia Self (mlself3@ncsu.edu) or Jayme Mellema (jayme_mellema@ncsu.edu), or deliver it to Thompson Hall

 

Submission deadline: TBA, early to mid-October

Announcement of selected project: TBD

 

Past Student Studio productions:

Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog – Joss Whedon

Waiting for Godot – Samuel Beckett

Four (Three) Plays For Coarse Actors - Michael Green

Chamber Door Trilogy - Edgar Allen Poe

Fortune's Fools - Frederick Stroppel

Picasso at the Lapin Agile – Steve Martin

Short Shorts – Various Student Authors

Short Shorts II – Various Student Authors

Friendly Fire

Comedy in Crisis-Postman Spoke Sooth and Self Torture and Strenuous Exercise