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    Cornell College
  Feb 19, 2018
2017-2018 Academic Catalogue

THE 216 - Voice and Movement (1)

Development of vocal and physical vocabularies for the stage. The class will focus on giving specificity and simplicity to the use of voice and body for theatrical expression. Through the use of dramatic texts (both prose and poetry), the incorporation of various techniques, the exploration of the theatrical space, and the study of basic anatomy and physiology, the course seeks to enable the actor to communicate with a greater capacity the energy, life, and limitless possibilities found in story-telling whether spoken through the voice or expressed through movement and gesture. Prerequisite: THE 115 .
(Fine Arts)