Musical Theatre Minor

Musical Theatre is an expressive, collaborative form of communication that through its storytelling power can entertain, enlighten, and impact the world in which we live.

Within the Department of Theatre and Dance at Saint Mary’s, musical theatre is offered as a minor to complement other majors. The musical theatre minor provides opportunities for students in other majors to explore music, theatre, and dance. The musical theatre minor offers courses in Script Analysis, Acting, Music Theory, Musical Theatre I and II, Ear Training, Musical Theatre Dance, Dance Technique, and more.

The department produces one musical production on the Winona Campus each spring, providing practical experience for students in the department as well as campus wide.

Career Options

Graduates may choose to pursue further studies in this area, but they all gain skills that further their appreciation for this art form, making musical theatre part of their personal repertoire of life experiences and serving as a healthy activity and form of entertainment.

High School Preparation

Music; Theatre; Dance; English; Literature

Enhance Your Experience

Students who minor in Musical Theatre oftentimes pursue majors in Music, Art, English, Psychology, and many more.

Course of Study & Course Descriptions