205 INTERMEDIATE MODERN DANCE 2 FS Cons inst req May be repeated max 6 hrs

205 intermediate modern dance 2 fs cons inst req may

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205 INTERMEDIATE MODERN DANCE 2 F,S Cons inst req. May be repeated; max 6 hrs. Intermediate techniques and theory of modern dance. 206 COMPUTER ARTS PERFORMANCE STUDIO 3 S Cons inst req. Also offered as ART/MUS 206. Creative and interdisciplinary experiences in solo and ensemble performance integrating computer technology into music, dance, performance art, or theatre production. 299 Theatre
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C F A 207 INTERMEDIATE BALLET 2 F,S Cons inst req. May be repeated; max 6 hrs. Intermediate ballet technique and theory. 211 VOCAL TECHNIQUE FOR THE ACTOR I 3 F THE 100, 113 or equiv, 30 hrs, and cons acting faculty req. Not for cr if had THE 111 or 311. Studies in relaxation, breathing, alignment, tonal focus, and articulation, leading to an understanding of the actor’s vocal life and demands. 212 VOCAL TECHNIQUE FOR THE ACTOR II 3 S Acting maj only with GPA 2.00 overall and 3.00 in Acting Seq. THE 100, 211, soph/jr standing, and cons Acting faculty req. Formerly THE 317. Advanced studies in theatre voice for actors, including dic- tion, scansion, performance of Shakespeare texts, dialects and life studies. 219 INTERMEDIATE JAZZ DANCE 2 F,S Cons inst req. May be repeated; max 6 hrs. Intermediate techniques and theory of jazz dance. 220 STAGE MOVEMENT I 3 F THE 100, 113 or equiv, 30 hrs, and cons of acting faculty req. Fundamental principles of stage movement, including self-awareness, flexibility, relaxation, and physical char- acterization. 221 STAGE MOVEMENT II 3 S Acting maj only with GPA 2.00 overall and 3.00 in Acting Seq. THE 100, 220, soph/jr standing, and cons inst req. Formerly THE 321. A continuation of Movement I with a focus on physical characterization for period styles including Shakespeare, Restoration and Farce. 225 DANCE COMPOSITION II 2 S THE 125 or conc reg req. Offered odd-numbered years. Continued development of theoretical concepts of choreog- raphy with emphasis on form and group compositions. 227 DANCE PEDAGOGY I 2 F Adm to Professional Studies req for Teacher Ed Seq. Incl Clin Exp: 20 hrs, Type 1-4. Offered odd-numbered yrs. Basic principles and techniques of teaching dance in schools, studios, and agencies; planning lessons and teaching in selected dance activity classes. 228 SPECIAL TOPICS IN DANCE 1-3 F,S May be repeated; max 6 hrs. Intensive study of selected dance forms, styles, or repertory. 229 ARTS FOR EARLY CHILDHOOD: DANCE 3 F,S Early Childhood Ed maj only. Compl 30 hrs req. Not for cr if had THE 226. Methods and materials in traditional and creative activities; interrelationships of dance with the other arts. 237 STAGE MAKE-UP 2 F,S THE 100 req. Materials charge optional. Introduction to make-up technique through lecture-demon- stration and laboratory practice. Development of ability in corrective and prosthetic make-up for characterization. 240 PRINCIPLES OF STAGE DIRECTION 3 F,S THE 100, 110 and 160 req.
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  • Fall '15
  • TrevorBelcher
  • Academia, Academic degree, Bachelor's degree

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