“We are made wise not by the recollection of our past, but by the responsibility for our future.”
~George Bernard Shaw
PROLOGUE welcomes Buffalo State theater majors to the Bengal Community of Scholars Program. Becoming a member of PROLOGUE will enhance your educational experience with hands-on participation on and off stage through production, performance, study and work in and out of the classroom.
The PROLOGUE Learning Community is open to theater majors only.
PROLOGUE strives to create a supportive environment in which students can develop their craft, experience community connections, and explore learning through theater.
The Community’s first semester courses are designed to expose students to a variety of theater options while supporting their academic goals. PROLOGUE will also engage in several activities that will augment students’ experiences.
They include, but are not limited to:
THA 200 - Introduction to Acting: The Actor's Instrument
Prof. Aaron Moss, Theater
DAN 224 - Dance Appreciation
Prof. Joy Guarino, Theater
THA 234 - Introduction to Theater Design
Prof. Nicholas Quinn, Theater
PHI 102 - Introduction to Ethics
Dr. John Draeger, Philosophy & Humanities
CWP 101 - College Writing I
UNC 101 - Integrated Hour
Team taught - Prof. Ann Emo, Theater, as lead instructor
Assisted by Ken Fujiuchi, Emerging Technology Librarian
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