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    Columbia College Chicago
   
 
  Oct 20, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Catalog

Courses


  

 
   •  31-2900 Cold Readings
   •  31-2910J Auditioning for Improvisation
   •  31-2930J International Theatre: Dublin
   •  31-2940 Musical Theatre Audition Workshop
   •  31-2950 Teaching Practicum
   •  31-2960 Creating Performance Seminar
   •  31-2970 Introduction to Theatre in Chicago
   •  31-2972 Voice Over Workshop
   •  31-2972J Voice Over Workshop
   •  31-2973 Monologue Workshop
   •  31-2990 International Theatre Workshop: Italy
   •  31-2990J International Theatre Workshop: London, England
   •  31-2991 International Theatre Workshop: Stratford, Ontario Canada
   •  31-2992 Theatre International: Prague Quadrennial
   •  31-2999 Directed Study: Theatre
   •  31-3120 Performance Theory
   •  31-3121 Intro to Performance Studies
   •  31-3125 Dramaturgy
   •  31-3160 Period Styles for Theatrical Design
   •  31-3190 History and Analysis of Modern Comedy
   •  31-3195 The Professional Comedian
   •  31-3200 Acting Styles: Acting&Performing
   •  31-3202 Acting Styles: The Greeks
   •  31-3204 Acting Styles: Shakespeare
   •  31-3206 Acting Styles: Shakespeare II
   •  31-3208 Acting Styles: Moliere and Restoration
   •  31-3210 Acting Styles: Chekov
   •  31-3212 Acting Styles: Shaw, Wilde & Coward
   •  31-3214 Acting Styles: Brecht
   •  31-3216 Acting Styles: Pinter and Albee
   •  31-3218 Acting Styles: Farce/Absurd
   •  31-3220 Acting Styles: Irish Theatre
   •  31-3222 Acting Styles: Contemp. British
   •  31-3224 Acting Styles: Afr-Amer
   •  31-3226 Acting Styles: Latino Theatre
   •  31-3227 Acting Styles: Women Playwrights
   •  31-3228 Acting Styles: Physical Theatre
   •  31-3232 Acting Styles: Topics in Comedy Performance
   •  31-3234 Acting Styles:Camera Techniques/ TV Studio
   •  31-3290 Acting Styles: Sketch and Theatrical Comedy
   •  31-3295 Creating Scenes through Improvisation
   •  31-3300 Voice and Text
   •  31-3305 Singing for the Actor I
   •  31-3315 Stage Combat III
   •  31-3325J Violence in Contemporary Theatre
   •  31-3330J Writing Satiric Prose Comedy
   •  31-3340J Comedy for the Internet and Digital Media
   •  31-3400 Musical Theatre III: Workshop I
   •  31-3405 Musical Theatre III: Workshop II
   •  31-3415 The Musical Theatre New York Experience
   •  31-3420 Cultural Immersion for European Study
   •  31-3421RB Contemporary British Theatre and Drama
   •  31-3422RB British/European Theatre History
   •  31-3423RB Shakespeare in Performance
   •  31-3424RB Master Class in Contemporary European Voice & Acting Techniqu es
   •  31-3425RB Acting in Contemporary British/ European Theatre
   •  31-3430 Musical Theatre Dance III
   •  31-3432 Rehearsal and Performance II
   •  31-3435 Advanced Musical Theatre Tap
   •  31-3436 Musical Theatre Choreography Lab
   •  31-3530 Stage Management II
   •  31-3550 Production Management
   •  31-3605 Makeup Prosthetics Design I
   •  31-3606 Makeup Prosthetics Design II
   •  31-3610 Set Design III
   •  31-3611 Topics in Theatre Technology and Design
   •  31-3615 Costume Design III
   •  31-3620 Lighting Design III
   •  31-3625 Collaborative Seminar
   •  31-3651 Senior Theatre Design/Tech Project
   •  31-3688 Topics in Makeup:
   •  31-3701 Directing III
   •  31-3703 Professional Development for Directors
   •  31-3704 Directing History and Theory
   •  31-3706 Devising for Directors & Actors
   •  31-3707J One-Act Play Festival
   •  31-3708J New York Trip
   •  31-3750 Directing IV
   •  31-3776 Directing Practicum
   •  31-3778 Directing and Acting Across the Media
   •  31-3779 Topics in Directing:
   •  31-3800 Playwriting II
   •  31-3801 Playwriting: Advanced
   •  31-3802 CRW: Drama and Story
   •  31-3803 CRW: Experimental Theatre
   •  31-3804 Topics in Playwriting:
   •  31-3805 New Plays Workshop
   •  31-3806 Story to Stage: Adaptation for the Stage
   •  31-3810 Solo Performance I
   •  31-3812 CRW: Page to Stage
   •  31-3890 Writing Comic Scenes
   •  31-3891 Acting IV
   •  31-3892 Acting IV: Application to Performance
   •  31-3900 Professional Survival and How to Audition
   •  31-3905 Creating a Career in Tech and Design
   •  31-3925 Audition Workshop
   •  31-3926 Advanced Audition Techniques for Musical Theatre
   •  31-3975L An Actor's Guide to Hollywood
   •  31-3975LJ An Actor's Guide to Hollywood
   •  31-3988 Internship: Theatre
 

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