20 Credits: 9 credits in residence.
|DR 100||Techniques of Acting||3|
|DR 210||Theater Practicum||1-2|
|DR/EN 220||Understanding Drama and its Forms||3|
|DR 235||Play Production Workshop||3|
|DR 281||Play Directing||2|
|OR DR 282||Costume Design||2|
|OR DR 283||Scenic Design||2|
|DR/SA 240||Oral Interpretation||3|
|Three Credits from the Following:|
|DR 380||Advanced Acting||3|
|DR 115/315||Chancel Drama (repeatable)||1-3|
|DR 335||Play Production Workshop||1-3|
Updated January 2015
Stage acting theory and practice. Principles of movement and voice; role development, improvisation and scene rehearsal and presentation. May involve planning and presenting an optional performance.
Further voice and movement theory and practice for the more serious drama student. The focus is on performing period works, verse plays and developing professional auditions. Prerequisite: DR 100.