Fall 2016 - Undergraduate Course Descriptions
Description of Course:
Explores the fundamental principles and techniques of movement and voice and their relationship to diverse forms of theatre, performance, and media.
This course is presented in an engaging, participatory workshop setting. Students will gain expertise in the structure of the human voice and how to manipulate it for Theatre, Voiceover, and other kinds of performances. This class also explores how movement can be interpreted, through Viewpoints, Mask, Mime. and Puppetry workshops.
Students will reflect on the work of professional theatre performers through two essay projects.
Required materials will be available on eLearning.
Course Requirements/Evaluation Criteria:
ARTS 1301 or DRAM 1310 or equivalent. Or Instructor's permission.