Theater

THR 10503 Introduction to Theatre

A basic exposure to the major facets of theatrical production applied through mini courses and laboratory experiences, including script analysis, dramatic criticism, acting, directing, and theatre history.

Offered Fall for 3 Semester hours.

THR 12302 Acting I

Students are introduced to principles of character interpretation in acting. Classroom projects involve presentations of monologues and dialogues from plays for the purpose of working out particular dramatic problems.

Offered Spring for 2 Semester hours.

THR 25403 Theatre Arts

This is a course in design, construction, operational techniques, and other skills, which support theatrical production. There will be weekly minicourses and progress and problem solving conferences, as well as laboratory work. This course may be repeated for elective credit.

Offered On Demand for 3 Semester hours.

THR 27402 TV , Motion Picture, Video.

This course is an in-depth study of motion picture production. The course covers the history of motion picture production and editing, communication theory through the media of film, digital video editing and production, DVD authoring, lighting, composition and shooting techniques. The course is taught through lecture and hands-on practice.

Offered Spring for 2 Semester hours.

THR 28801-03 Selected Topics

This course is designed to offer students an opportunity to explore topics in theatre and performance that are not generally found in the annual Theatre schedule of classes.

Offered On Demand for 1-3 Semester hours.

THR 32302 Acting II

Further development in acting skills acquired in Beginning Acting. Material is drawn from classic and contemporary dramatic literature. Prerequisites: THR 12302 or permission of the instructor.

Offered Spring for 2 Semester hours.

THR 38801-3 Selected Topics

This course is designed to offer students an opportunity to explore topics in theatre and performance that are not generally found in the annual Theatre schedule of classes.

Offered On Demand for 1-3 Semester hours.