The MA in Theater Studies is for those whose career goals involve teaching in higher education or pursuing a PhD in theater history, research, literature, or criticism.
This program is designed to build the research and analytical skills you will need for an academic career in theater. This resident program will unite you with a select group of students where you will work as an academic community under outstanding faculty mentors. With opportunities for hands-on teaching, and theater research, this program offers the perfect blend of theory and practice needed to prepare you for your next move as a theater scholar.
This collection features theses from Master of Arts students in the Department of Theater Studies Graduate Program at Central Washington University.
Theses from 2020
Sarah Kane's Post-Christian Spirituality in Cleansed, Elba Sanchez
Theses from 2019
Who is Paying for God: A thematic analysis of Henry Arthur Jones's religious plays in relation to the modernist trend, Jay Tyler Sharma and Jay Tyler Sharma
Theses/Dissertations from 2018
Direction of the Musical: Carrie the musical, Scott Sumerak