ADJUNCT PROFESSOR- Stagecraft
Function of the job: Candidates should have a strong commitment to excellent teaching in a liberal arts setting and an eagerness to work with undergraduate students. Specifically, the focus of this course is the study of Stagecraft, a hands-on learning experience in various aspects of theatrical and media performance. Students in this course will experiment with different acting and performance techniques for both stage and screen by preparing and performing one-acts, scenes, monologues and filmed skits. Emphasis will be given to building confidence as a performer in various mediums.
Work is performed under the general supervision of the Dean of the School of Humanities
Examples of work performed:
- Design Stagecraft course and syllabi
- Guide students in seeing the relationship between a Christian worldview and theatrical and media performances.
- Maintains regular hours.
- Utilizes the Learning Management System Brightspace for all grading.
- Provides a careful review, evaluation and timely feedback on students’ work
- Support and contribute to the institutional strategic mission, vision, and goals
Educational Requirements and Qualifications:
A minimum of a Master’s degree in Stagecraft or a related field. A personal and vital Christian faith is required. A connection to the Wesleyan Church or one of the many denominations comprising the historic Wesleyan-Armenian tradition is preferred.
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As a biblically-centered Christian university of The Wesleyan Church, Oklahoma Wesleyan University models a way of thought, a way of life, and a way of faith. It is a place of serious study, honest questions, and critical engagement, all in the context of a liberal arts community that honors the primacy of Jesus Christ, the priority of Scripture, the pursuit of Truth, and the practice of Wisdom. Nationally recognized by U.S. News and World Report and Forbes, the University offers a thriving academic community. It is located in Bartlesville, Oklahoma, a city of approximately 30,000 residents known for its strong schools and its appreciation for the arts. Bartlesville is the home of the annual OKMozart Festival and of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Price Tower. It is located in the beautiful Green Country region of northeast Oklahoma, forty-five miles north of Tulsa.