Musical Theatre Program Student Learning Outcomes

  • The MUTH program student learning outcomes are grouped in three perspectives (vocal, physical and artistic development) which collectively form an overall performance assessment.
    • Vocal Development - Demonstrate resonance, agility and articulation
    • Vocal Development - Control and demonstrate appropriate range, timbre, pitch, register negotiation and placement
    • Vocal Development - Understand and interpret the vocal requirements particular to the context of the performance
    • Physical Development - Master body and spatial awareness, physical connection, coordination and flexibility
    • Physical Development - Sustain posture and alignment in the context of performance and discipline
    • Physical Development - Retain and execute choreography
    • Physical Development - Meet the physical requirements of various performance styles
    • Artistic Development - Demonstrate musicality, freedom and ease of creative expression in a clear and focused manner
    • Artistic Development - Understand and identify with the content of the text
    • Artistic Development - Integrate the techniques of acting, voice, and movement into a creative process
    • Artistic Development - Focus energy to create and sustain the integrity of a performance
    • Artistic Development - Employ well developed personal skills and an awareness of self in individual and group settings