THEA 456 - Senior Project2 hours All majors must submit a typed proposal to the faculty well in advance of the completion of the project, usually no later than October of their senior year. Students will discuss their proposals with the faculty member who is best equipped to work with them in their area of concentration. The project may be one or a combination of the following: 1. An expansion of a project already begun within a theatre course 2. A substantial role or responsibility in one of the university’s productions in the student’s senior year. 3. An original project integrating theatre with other disciplines such as the interdisciplinary minor. Any of the above may be a solo or collaborative effort. Two or more seniors may do a joint theatre project. Depending on the student’s area of interest, he/she may choose to do research, write, perform, design, direct, manage, promote or combine any of the above. 4. A portfolio delineating the project will be required. Minors do not need to complete a senior project.