COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course introduces students to the principles and techniques of costume design and construction for theatrical productions.
COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course provides an introduction to the design of make-up for the purpose of developing believable characters. Discussions of basic makeup principles and practical experiences of makeup application will be provided
This course is open to all students interested in theatrical production. Credit is earned for technical work (costuming, lighting, set construction, publicity and make-up), performance work, or other participation as designated by departmental faculty. It may be taken for four credit hours maximum.
COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course provides an introduction to the art of acting, emphasizing the techniques of speech and movement on the stage, pantomime, character analysis, through participation in lab scenes, improvisations and departmental productions.
COURSE DESCRIPTION: An introduction to the art of acting, with an emphasis on developing vocal and physical skills through work on monologues and scenes as exhibited in various historical periods.
COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course surveys dramatic arts including plays, basic theories, history, stages, makeup, costuming, acting and directing. It provides an introduction to the theatre plant and theatre activities augmented by textbook study of stage terminology and an introduction to the organization of production procedure.