Associate Professor Heather Winter Hunnicutt, Program Coordinator 

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Musical Theatre Program
Georgetown College
400 East College Street
Georgetown, KY 40324

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The musical theatre program is a joint effort of the Department of Music and the Department of Theatre and Performance Studies. The primary goal of the musical theatre minor is to provide students with a wealth of knowledge and performance experiences within the musical theatre genre. All students entering must successfully audition for the voice faculty in the Department of Music. Musical Theatre minors are encouraged to take part in the Lyric Theatre Society of Georgetown College, Maskrafter productions, student productions, Department of Theatre reading hours and performances, Alpha Psi Omega (the theatre honorary), Concert Choir, Chorale and other musical performance events.

 

Interdisciplinary Minor

Twenty-one hours required, including THE 225, 268, 327; MUS 111, 204; three semesters of applied music in voice (MUS 160, 161 or 162); five hours selected from additional semesters of applied music in voice (up to two credit hours), MUS 101 or MUS 102 (up to two credit hours), MUS 104 (up to two credit hours), 112, 147, 126, 302, 304, 319, 335, 404, THE 227, 320, 325, 425, JPN 335. If the student chooses MUS 147 as an option, it should be taken prior to MUS 111 and applied voice lessons (MUS 160, 161 or 162).

 

Theatre majors choosing the Musical Theatre minor must take THE 225, 266, 267, 268; MUS 111, 204; 4 semesters of applied music in voice (MUS 160, 161 or 162); five hours selected from additional semesters of applied music in voice (up to two credit hours), MUS 101 or MUS 102 (up to two credit hours), MUS 104 (up to two credit hours), 112, 147, 126, 302, 304, 319, 335, 404, JPN 335. If the student chooses MUS 147 as an option, it should be taken prior to MUS 111 and applied voice lessons (MUS 160, 161 or 162).

 

Music majors choosing the Musical Theatre minor must take MUS 104 or 304, 204, 302; THE 225, 268, 325, 327; six additional hours selected from THE 227, 320, 425, JPN 335. Music majors with a primary instrument other than voice must also take three semesters of applied study in voice (MUS 160, 161 or 162).