MUS-3260 Music Theater Workshop
Prerequisite: THA-1041, THA-2122, and 2 credits of applied voice lessons.
Music Theater Workshop serves as a conduit for the synthesis of acting, singing, and dance in the musical theater idiom. Through small scene and solo work, students receive personalized attention and focus on their individual growth. Through self-evaluations, peer-evaluation, and instructor comments, students grow as musical theater performers. Scene and solo work are tailored to the level of the individual student. This process allows the individual performer to evolve. The course includes a musical revue prepared and produced entirely by members of the course. Additionally, special topics are covered that are specific to the musical theater profession, and guest speakers and artists are invited to reinforce concepts being taught in the curriculum. (Fall semesters)