THEATRE PRACTICE2218874/24/2017 8:00:01 PMTheatre Practice provides academic credit for real-world learning experiences NOTE: This is not a class, but credit is given for the practical theatre work Students may earn 1 or 2 TheatreTHE-153Theatre Practice provides academic credit for real-world learning experiences. The College Theatre Department stages two to four productions a year. Each provides opportunities for students to be involved and learn about acting, set construction and painting, lighting, props, costumes and theatre management. Students interested in working on theatre productions should attend specific auditions or contact the instructor. Previous theatre experience is not required. (1.1- Articulated) NOTE: This is not a class, but credit is given for the practical theatre work. Students may earn 1 or 2 credit hours per production but not more than 5 credit hours altogether. UndergraduateMain Campus; Main Campus-Do Not BothTheatre
INTRODUCTION TO THEATRE2218884/24/2017 8:00:01 PMIntroduction to Theatre examines theatre as an art form focus on great plays and playwrights; theatre history and theory; and acting, directing Main Campus; Main Campus-Do Not Both TheatreTHE-151Introduction to Theatre examines theatre as an art form. Study and discussion focus on great plays and playwrights; theatre history and theory; and acting, directing, design and other aspects of production. (1.1-Articulated) [IAI Core Course Equivalent: F1 907 ] NOTE: Attendance at theatre performances is required. UndergraduateMain Campus; Main Campus-Do Not BothTheatre
FUNDAMENTALS OF ORAL INTERPRETATION2218894/26/2017 3:45:04 PMFundamentals of Oral Interpretation is an introduction to the art of reading aloud perform poetry, prose, drama and reader's theater, as well as humorous pieces, documentary SpeechSPE-265Fundamentals of Oral Interpretation is an introduction to the art of reading aloud. Students perform poetry, prose, drama and reader's theater, as well as humorous pieces, documentary works and children's literature. Students further their appreciation of literature as they analyze the selections for content and emotional appeal. (1.1- Articulated) UndergraduateMain Campus; Main Campus-Do Not BothSpeech
STAGECRAFTS2218844/26/2017 3:45:03 PMbasics of the technical side of theatre, including set design and construction, lighting Main Campus; Main Campus-Do Not Both TheatreTHE-159Stagecrafts covers the basics of the technical side of theatre, including set design and construction, lighting, sound, props and costuming. (1.1-Articulated) [IAI Major Course Equivalent: TA911] UndergraduateMain Campus; Main Campus-Do Not BothTheatre
ACTING I - PREPARATION2218864/24/2017 8:00:01 PMActing I - Preparation provides beginning actors with the tools and techniques for developing It uses exercises, theatre games and improvisation to help students with relaxation TheatreTHE-157Acting I - Preparation provides beginning actors with the tools and techniques for developing their acting skills. It uses exercises, theatre games and improvisation to help students with relaxation, concentration, imagination and self-awareness. Students hone their skills by developing and presenting monologues. Previous acting experience is not required. (1.1-Articulated) [IAI Major Course Equivalent: TA914] UndergraduateMain Campus; Main Campus-Do Not BothTheatre
ACTING II - THE ACTOR AT WORK2218854/25/2017 4:30:03 PMActing II - The Actor at Work focuses on the skills needed for acting in a production Students apply techniques from Acting I as they use scenes from modern plays to learn Theatre TheatreTHE-158Acting II - The Actor at Work focuses on the skills needed for acting in a production. Students apply techniques from Acting I as they use scenes from modern plays to learn play analysis, character analysis, character development, scene preparation, and rehearsal process and discipline. (1.1-Articulated) UndergraduateMain Campus; Main Campus-Do Not BothTheatre