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DRMA&101INTRO TO THEATRE5.0 CR  

Covers the development of theatre in western society from the ancient Greece up to today. The various areas of theatre required to produce a play are studied: set, light and costume design; various approaches to acting including working in small groups to understand the complexity of theatre in society today. Students read, write directed entries and seminar on plays from various playwrights to show how plays connect to the times in which they were written and how plays reflect upon and shape community values. The Center Stage production for the quarter focuses on a single play using acting, directing, designing, producing and its historical and social context to illustrate the complex nature of taking a play from the printed page to the stage.

Prerequisite: None.


DRMA 106INTRODUCTION TO ACTING I5.0 CR  

A beginning acting course involving movement, voice production, improvisation, and scene work. Group work is used to allow each student to be comfortable in interactions with other people. Students are not required to be in the current Center Stage production. No prior acting is required. (Formerly known as DRAM 106)

Prerequisite: None


DRMA 107INTRODUCTION TO ACTING II5.0 CRH   PW

A beginning acting course involving movement, voice production, improvisation, and scene work. Group work is used to allow each student to be comfortable in interactions with other people. Students are not required to be in the current Center Stage production. No prior acting is required. (Formerly known as DRAM 107)

Prerequisite: None


DRMA 108INTRODUCTION TO ACTING III5.0 CRH   PSp

A beginning acting course involving movement, voice production, improvisation, and scene work. Group work is used to allow each student to be comfortable in interactions with other people. Students are not required to be in the current Center Stage production. No prior acting is required. (Formerly known as DRAM 108)

Prerequisite: None


DRMA 116STAGE CRAFTS I5.0 CRE   F, W, Sp

Teaches technical areas involved in producing a play through lecture and application of skills learned in selected technical areas from design to construction to production. Practical experience is gained in sets, costumes, lights, and by serving on stage crew for the current Center Stage productin. (Formerly known as DRAM 116)

Prerequisite: None


DRMA 117STAGE CRAFTS II5.0 CRE   F, W, Sp

Teaches technical areas involved in producing a play through lecture and application of skills learned in selected technical areas from design to construction to production. Practical experience is gained in sets, costumes, lights, and by serving on stage crew for the current Center Stage productin. (Formerly known as DRAM 117)

Prerequisite: None


DRMA 118STAGE CRAFTS III5.0 CRE   F, W, Sp

Teaches technical areas involved in producing a play through lecture and application of skills learned in selected technical areas from design to construction to production. Practical experience is gained in sets, costumes, lights, and by serving on stage crew for the current Center Stage production. Each course (DRMA 116, 117, 118) may be taken separately or in sequence; together they complete a basic study of technical theatre. Center Stage production for the quarter is used to apply technical aspects of stagecrafts to the play. Serving on the stage crew for the production is required.

Prerequisite: None


DRMA 119INTRODUCTION TO THEATRE DESIGN AND TECHNOLOGY5.0 CRE  

Introduces set, costume and light design,using the current production as the basis for exploring technology in the theatre. Current theatre practices using computer programs for each discipline in both analog and digital format are applied. Included are computer assisted set, and light and sound production in both analog and digital formats. Computer programs include Vector works, Adobe Soundbooth, Sketch Up Pro, and Show Cue System. Practical experience is gained through application of principles learned by using theatre facilities of Center Stage and the Wollenberg Concert Hall and by serving on stage crew for the current Center Stage production.

Prerequisite: None


DRMA 147AUDITION TECHNIQUES2.0 CRE  

Introduces audition techniques through preparation, performance and workshops of monologues and musical theatre repretoire. Focuses on interpretation, stage presence, performance etiquette and repertoire selection. Additionally, this course will cultivate successful audition techniques and create a market audition package including, headshot, resume, and portfolio.

Prerequisite: None


DRMA 196REHEARSAL AND PERFORMANCE I5.0 CRE   F

Credit and experience for students who participate in the Center Stage production for the quarter. This includes actors, directors, designers, technicians, and support personnel. Students must successfully complete the rehearsal process through the final performance. (Formerly known as DRAM 196)

Prerequisite: None


DRMA 197REHEARSAL AND PERFORMANCE II5.0 CRE   S, W

Credit and experience for students who participate in the Center Stage production for the quarter. This includes actors, directors, designers, technicians, and support personnel. Students must successfully complete the rehearsal process through the final performance. (Formerly known as DRAM 197)

Prerequisite: None


DRMA 198REHEARSAL AND PERFORMANCE III5.0 CRE   Sp

Credit and experience for students who participate in the Center Stage production for the quarter. This includes actors, directors, designers, technicians, and support personnel. Students must successfully complete the rehearsal process through the final performance. (Formerly known as DRAM 198)

Prerequisite: None


DRMA 206ACTING I5.0 CRE   F

Emphasizes development and application of acting concepts used in creating a role. Includes voice, physical movement, audition techniques, styles and periods of acting. Designed for the advanced acting student. Students are not required to be in the current Center Stage production. (Fomerly known as DRAM 206)

Prerequisite: None


DRMA 207ACTING II5.0 CRE   W

Emphasizes development and application of acting concepts used in creating a role. Includes voice, physical movement, audition techniques, styles and periods of acting. Designed for the advanced acting student. Students are not required to be in the current Center Stage production. (Fomerly known as DRAM 207)

Prerequisite: None


DRMA 208ACTING III5.0 CRE   Sp

Emphasizes development and application of acting concepts used in creating a role. Includes voice, physical movement, audition techniques, styles and periods of acting. Designed for the advanced acting student. Students are not required to be in the current Center Stage production. (Fomerly known as DRAM 208)

Prerequisite: None


DRMA 210MASKS5.0 CRE  

Introduces masks as a component of actor training for use on the stage and for understanding various cultures throughout the world. the mask helps develop the ability to concentrate, diminish self-consciousness, center the body, expand the body awareness, and develop outward expressions through physicalization, improvisation and scene work. (Formerly known as DRAM 210)

Prerequisite: None


DRMA 296REHEARSAL AND PERFORMANCE IV5.0 CRE   F

Credit and experience for students who participate in the Center Stage production for the quarter. This includes actors, directors, designers, technicians, and support personnel. Students must successfully complete the rehearsal process through the final performance. (Formerly known as DRAM 296)

Prerequisite: None


DRMA 297REHEARSAL AND PERFORMANCE V5.0 CRE   S, W

Credit and experience for students who participate in the Center Stage production for the quarter. This includes actors, directors, designers, technicians, and support personnel. Students must successfully complete the rehearsal process through the final performance. (Formerly known as DRAM 297)

Prerequisite: None


DRMA 298REHEARSAL AND PERFORMANCE VI5.0 CRE   Sp

Credit and experience for students who participate in the Center Stage production for the quarter. This includes actors, directors, designers, technicians, and support personnel. Students must successfully complete the rehearsal process through the final performance. (Formerly known as DRAM 298)

Prerequisite: None


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