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    Columbia College Chicago
   
 
  Dec 17, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Catalog
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31-3300 Voice and Text


This course is a continuation of Voice Training for the Actor I and II in which students develop an effective and flexible voice for the stage. Students will function at an advanced level in the use of vocal techniques including: diaphragmatic breathing and breath support, phonation, resonation, projection, articulation, pronunciation, variety and expression. Emphasis will be placed on assessing skills and applying appropriate exerices to encourage advancement in each area. Vocal techniques will be explored through various approaches based primarily in the methods of Cicely Berry, Kristin Linklater, and Patsy Rodenburg. Students will learn a vocal warm-up, record, memorize, and perform. Students will present a vocal ensemble performance for critique by the chair and faculty of the Theatre Department at the end of the term.

3 Credits Repeatable
PREREQUISITES: 31-2120 Text Analysis  and 31-2200 Scenes: Performance & Analysis  and 31-2300 Voice for the Actor  



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