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Undergraduate Comm. & Theatre Arts-Rock Coun

2019 Fall Term

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3 Units

INTRODUCTION TO PUBLIC SPEAKING

Comm. & Theatre Arts-Rock Coun 103

Study of the principles & techniques of effective speaking & listening in a variety of selected communication experiences.


3 Units

INTRODUCTION TO THEATRE

Comm. & Theatre Arts-Rock Coun 130

A study of the development of theatre as an art form. Emphasis is on the role of the audience & the underst&ing & appreciation of the nature of theatre, important plays, dramatic styles, & elements of a theatrical production.


3 Units

THEATRE LABORATORY

Comm. & Theatre Arts-Rock Coun 131

Participation in theatrical production activities including directing, stage Mgmt., technical production, lighting, stage design, costuming, make-up, acting, & theatre Mgmt.. It is possible to register in more than one section with cons. instr. Section 1: Acting Section 2: Technical Production Section 3: Theatre Mgmt.. AP This class will likely not meet during the times stated in the timetable. The instructor will set meeting times based on that Sem.'s theatrical production.


3 Units

INTRODUCTION TO FILM

Comm. & Theatre Arts-Rock Coun 150

Study of the history & development of film as a distinctive medium of communication, an art form & an industry. Students will be Introduced to a wide range of theoretical perspectives that have been applied to film in academic settings: these will include but are not limited to such concepts as narrative, genre, 'mise en scene', & star image.


3 Units

POPULAR CULTURE IN THE MEDIA

Comm. & Theatre Arts-Rock Coun 218

An Intro to the analysis & interpretation of Popular Culture as an academic discipline. The class will examine forms of advertisement & entertainment including print & TV ads, films, television, music, & music videos.

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