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TPP

TPP 1100   ACTING I

credits: 3  

This course will include lectures and discussions to explain, analyze, and evaluate the theories, techniques, and principles of acting common to the various types of styles of dramatic production. Specific work in the areas of voice and body exercises and improvisations is included. Workshop projects help the student to develop his/her acting skill. 77 contact hours.

TPP 1111   ACTING II

credits: 3  
Prerequisite: TPP 1100 or permission of program administrator. This course is the second level of acting involving lectures, discussions, and laboratory work to explain, analyze, execute, and evaluate the theories, techniques, and principles of performing various styles of acting before an audience. Specific work in both classical and contemporary styles will be examined. Workshop projects, both in class and for the public, will help the student develop his/her acting skills. 77 contact hours.

TPP 2192   ACTING REPERTORY

credits: 1  

Prerequisite: Permission of the program administrator. A course enabling members of a cast of a public dramatic performance to earn academic credit for their participation. Through intensive rehearsal and performance experience, the student will acquire skills in expression, in human understanding, in cooperation, and in self discipline. May be taken up to six times for credit. From 12 to 18 hours per week is the minimum requirement during rehearsal and performance periods.

TPP 2260   INTRODUCTION TO CAMERA PERFORMANCE

credits: 3  
Prerequisite: TPP 1100, TPP 1111 or permission of the program administrator. Lectures, demonstrations and discussions will be used to explain, analyze and evaluate the theories, techniques and principles of performing various styles of acting in front of the camera. Specific problems in voice and body exercises in preparation for auditions, commercials and scene work will be explained. Class projects will help the student develop skills in acting for the camera. 47 contact hours and a minimum of 45 lab hours.

TPP 2300   INTRODUCTION TO DIRECTING

credits: 3  
Prerequisite: TPP 1100 or permission of the program administrator. Lectures, demonstrations and discussions explain, analyze, and evaluate the theories, techniques and principles of directing common to the various types of styles of directing. Specific problems of script analysis and the director's relationship with actors, environment and audience will be studied. Workshop projects help the student to develop his/her directing style. 47 contact hours and 45 lab hours.

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