Theatre

Classes

THR 113 : Theatre Workshop I

THR 113, 114, 115: These courses provide practical experience in the production and performance of a dramatic presentation with assignments in scenery, lighting, props, choreography, sound, costumes, make-up, publicity, acting, directing, and other aspects of theatre production.

Credits

2

THR 114 : Theatre Workshop II

THR 113, 114, 115: These courses provide practical experience in the production and performance of a dramatic presentation with assignments in scenery, lighting, props, choreography, sound, costumes, make-up, publicity, acting, directing, and other aspects of theatre production.

Credits

2

THR 115 : Theatre Workshop III

THR 113, 114, 115: These courses provide practical experience in the production and performance of a dramatic presentation with assignments in scenery, lighting, props, choreography, sound, costumes, make-up, publicity, acting, directing, and other aspects of theatre production.

Credits

2

THR 120 : Theatre Appreciation

This course is designed to increase appreciation of contemporary theatre. Emphasis is given to the theatre as an art form through the study of the history and theory of drama and the contributions of playwright, actor, director, designer, and technician to modern media.

Credits

3

THR 126 : Introduction to Theatre

This course is designed to teach the history of the theater and the principles of drama. It also covers the development of theater production and the study of selected plays as theatrical presentations.

Credits

3

THR 126 : Introduction to the Theatre

This course is designed to teach the history of the theatre and the principles of drama. It also covers the development of theatre production and the study of selected plays as theatrical presentations.

Credits

3

THR 131 : Acting Techniques I

This is the first of a two-course sequence in which the student will focus on the development of the body and voice as the performing instruments in acting. Emphasis is placed on pantomime, improvisation, acting exercises, and building characterizations in short acting scenes. Students will participate in a theatre production.

Credits

3

THR 132 : Acting Techniques II

This course is a continuation of THR 131. Students will participate in a theatre production.

Credits

3

Prerequisites

THR 131

THR 151 : Musical Theatre

In this course, students will focus on performance techniques used in musical theatre.  Emphasis is placed on the development of character through song, vocal and movement techniques, and song/scene work.  Upon completing this course, students will be able to effectively perform the roles of characters in musical theatre productions.

Credits

3

THR 152 : Musical Theatre II

This course is a continuation of THR 151, focusing on advanced scene study and group work, as well as acting, vocal and movement techniques for musical theatre performance.

Credits

3

Prerequisites

THR 210 : Introduction to Theatrical Design

Scenic construction techniques and execution of state lighting via lectures, demonstrations, and practical application.  Emphasis in tools, materials, and procedure.

Credits

3

THR 213 : Theatre Workshop IV

This course is part of a six-course sequence which provide practical experience in the production and performance of a dramatic presentation with assignments in scenery, lighting, props, choreography, sound, costumes, make-up, publicity, acting, directing, and other aspects of theater production.

Credits

1 - 2

Prerequisites

THR 214 : Theatre Workshop V

This course is part of a six-course sequence which provide practical experience in the production and performance of a dramatic presentation with assignments in scenery, lighting, props, choreography, sound, costumes, make-up, publicity, acting, directing, and other aspects of theater production.

Credits

2

Prerequisites

THR 215 : Theatre Workshop VI

This course is part of a six-course sequence which provide practical experience in the production and performance of a dramatic presentation with assignments in scenery, lighting, props, choreography, sound, costumes, make-up, publicity, acting, directing, and other aspects of theater production.

Credits

1 - 2

Prerequisites

THR 236 : Stagecraft

This course is a study of the principles, techniques, and materials in theatrical scenery and lighting.

Credits

3

THR 241 : Voice and Speech for the Performer

This is a beginning course in the effective and healthy use of the vocal instrument for performance. It is designed to approach both the physical and mental processes of vocal production and includes the following: learning a physical/vocal warm-up, dialect reduction, articulation, class performance and written exams.

Credits

3