THE - Theatre Standards & General Resource
(Offered fall). Participation in theatrical productions with work in preparation and performance, including both acting and technical fields. (May be repeated up to three times for credit.)
(Offered fall, spring, and summer). (Meets Fine Arts Humanities requirement). Introduction to theatre with stress on the performer-audience relationship. Theatrical styles, dramatic structure, technical design, acting techniques, and criticism studied within a framework of aesthetic exchange between the actors and their audience.
(Offered fall, spring, and summer). (Meets Fine Arts Humanities requirement). An introduction to film analysis. A look at the artistic and technical elements of filmmaking. Topics include: narrative, genre, cinematography, acting, editing, sound, film history, filmmaking technologies and production systems. Through this course, students develop criteria for evaluating and enjoying films. Online E-book optional.
(Offered as needed). Prerequisites: THE2000, TPP2110. An introduction to dramatic structure and methods of script analysis as a preparation for writing, directing, designing, performing and criticizing plays.