In the theatre minor, you’ll study movement and voice and theatre in the humanities. You’ll learn about theatre design and technology and get hands-on experience with stage makeup and theatre experience.
|THTR 110||MOVEMENT AND VOICE||3|
|THTR/HUMN 202||THEATRE IN THE HUMANITIES||5|
|THTR 210||ACTING I||4|
|THTR 226||STAGE MAKE-UP||1|
|THTR 331||THEATRE DESIGN AND TECHNOLOGY I||5|
|THTR 338||CONCEPTS OF THEATRICAL DESIGN||3|
|THTR 380||THEATRE EXPERIENCE (must be repeated three times)||3|
Cross-listed: HUMN 202.
Satisfies: a BACR for humanities and arts.
This course focuses on the relationship of theatre to various cultures throughout history. Students will survey different periods, styles and genres of theatre through play reading, discussion and viewing and critiquing theatrical performances. Students are introduced to the various elements of the production process.
Pre-requisites: THTR 110.
Acting I is an introduction to the actor's creative process using exercises, improvisations and scenes with a special emphasis on the Stanislavski method.
Lecture and laboratory where the student may learn basic and advanced techniques and principles of straight and character make-up.
A beginning course in the styles, history, and examples of theatrical scenic design.