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It is expected that students will spend 2 to 3 hours, minimally, outside of the classroom/laboratory performing course related work such as readings, research, homework assignments, practica, studio work, and other academic work for every hour of instruction spent in the classroom/laboratory.
This course examines theatre as a unique art form as well as an industry and academic discipline. In addition to placing theatre in a societal context, this nonperformance course will engage students in an exploration of all aspects of theatre including acting, directing, playwriting, management, history and criticism, production, the audience, and for- and not-for-profit theatre. (3 contact hours) [Catalog Entry]
This course explores the basic concepts and techniques of acting (including method and nonmethod), the development of skills in improvisation, warmups, body movement, vocal production, basic character development, and basic scene study. The course will also provide students with experience in performance situations. (4 contact hours: 2 lecture, 2 lab) (TAG) [Catalog Entry]
This introductory course provides students with hands-on experience in theatre rehearsal and performance. Students will train as actors or production crewmembers. Actors must take part in auditions, which are held the first week of class of each semester. Performance dates occur during the middle of the semester. Students may take this course up to four times for credit. (3 contact hours: 3 lab) [Catalog Entry]
Prerequisite: completion of at least 10 credits, concurrent enrollment in at least one other course, minimum 2.0 GPA, approval of experiential education coordinator.
Cooperative education is a planned, paid work activity relating to students' interests or occupational objectives in the fields of art or theatre. The supervisor at the designated studio or theatre coordinates the experience, and appropriate departmental faculty monitors students'progress. Under state guidelines, students may register for 1 credit for each unit of 180 hours of employment during the semester. Students may repeat this course until they accumulate 9 credits. NOTE: Students may apply a maximum of 9 credits in cooperative work experience, or in any combination of cooperative work experience, field experience, and/or practicum to an associate degree program.
[Catalog Entry] ADDITIONAL FEES: $33.00