The Craft of Speaking I: Vocal Freedom
Listed in: Theater and Dance, as THDA-125H
Formerly listed as: THDA-32H
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Ronald Dean Bashford (Section 01)
A beginning studio course in the development of voice for speaking. Students develop range and tone through regular physical exercises in relaxation, breathing technique, placement, and presence. Individual attention focuses on helping each student develop the physical, mental, and emotional self-awareness needed for expressive vocal production. Practice is oriented toward acting for the stage, but students with a primary interest in public speaking, teaching, or improved interpersonal communication will find this course valuable. Three class meetings per week. A modicum of reading and written reflection is required. Only 20 students who attend the first class will be admitted based on class and major.
Fall semester. Professor Bashford.
KeywordsFine arts for non-majors, Artistic practice, Community based learning, Speaking attentive
Offerings2014-15: Offered in Fall 2014
Other years: Offered in Fall 2010, Fall 2011, Fall 2012, Fall 2015
CLASS LIST AND WAIT LIST
Please click on the PDF below to see the students admitted to this course, and the wait list. Some notes follow.
- IF YOU HAVE BEEN ADMITTED ABOVE, BUT DECIDE YOU ARE NOT TAKING THE COURSE, PLEASE LET ME KNOW IMMEDIATELY.
- ALSO PLEASE REMEMBER THAT IF YOU SKIP CLASS WITHOUT PERMISSION BEFORE THE END OF ADD/DROP, YOU WILL BE DROPPED.
- ALL REGISTRATIONS MUST BE CORRECT BY WED. SEPT. 12. IF YOU ARE NOT PRE-REGISTERED, YOU MUST REQUEST PERMISSION FROM ME VIA AC DATA BEFORE YOU CAN REGISTER. IF YOU ARE NOT TAKING THE COURSE, YOU MUST DROP IT FROM YOUR REGISTRATION IF YOU ARE ALREADY REGISTERED.
- IF YOU ARE ON THE WAIT LIST AND A SPOT OPENS FOR YOU, I WILL CONTACT YOU ASAP. THERE MAY BE ONE OR TWO. PLEASE RESPOND PROMPTLY IF THIS HAPPENS.
This course will not be offered in 2013/14, but will be offered in 14/15 and 15/16.
Please note this is a HALF COURSE, and cannot count as a full "fourth course" to fulfill your minimum enrollment obligations (with some exceptions).