JW

Jennifer Adair Wales

Associate Professor
Artistic Director of Heritage Theatre Festival
Unit: College of Arts and Sciences
Department: Department of Drama
Office location and address
205 Drama Building
109 Culbreth Rd
Charlottesville, Virginia 22903
DRAM 1020: Speaking in Public
Credits: 3
For non-majors. Acquire and practice voice and speech techniques to build oral communication skills, confidence and enjoyment in public speaking, presentation or performance.
DRAM 4593: Special Topics in Performance
Credits: 1–3
A directed study in acting or performance offered to upper-level students. Prerequisite: Instructor permission.
DRAM 4910: Senior Seminar
Credits: 3
Seminar discussions and assignments that allow the student to demonstrate knowledge of the theatre as well as artistic, aesthetic, and critical judgment. Prerequisites: Fourth year drama majors or permission of instructor
DRAM 7501: Special Topics
Credits: 1–3
Intensive study in a specific topic offered to graduate students.
DRAM 8460: Acting: Period Styles
Credits: 3
Focuses on making informed performance choices in period plays based on aspects of structures such as: dramatic text, historical period, culture and society, and production concepts. Prerequisite: Graduate standing MFA program.
DRAM 8501: Special Topics
Credits: 3
Intensive study in a specific topic offered to graduate students.