TH-105   Introduction to Theatre (Fall; Yearly; 3.00 Credits; F) This course will examine the key elements of theatre, past and present, from directors and design, to the changing role of the actor, through discussion, critical examination of plays, and implementation. Students will leave this course with a better understanding of theatre and drama in its larger cultural and historical context, and with the ability to make important connections between theatre of the past with current experiences with theatre, with the other fine and performing arts, and with our contemporary global social fabric and intercultural lifestyles.

TH-160   Tai Chi (Fall & Spring; Yearly; 2.00 Credits) This course provides an introduction to Tai Chi movement, history, and philosophy. Students will be able to explain the history of Tai Chi, perform a solo Tai Chi sequence, and engage in push-hands with a partner. Tai Chi is useful to the performing artist both in its philosophy and also in cultivation of kinesthetic and energetic awareness of the body.

TH-180   Theatre Arts Practicum (Fall & Spring; Yearly; 1.00-3.00 Credits; F) Credit option for students participating in theatrical productions. Students may receive credit for acting, technical, or administrative positions for a given production. Credit hours are dependent upon the role or position. Credit limits will be determined by the professor. Available by permission only.

TH-181   Theatre Arts Practicum (Fall & Spring; Yearly; 1.00-3.00 Credits; F) (See TH180).

TH-191   Technical Theatre Lab (Fall & Spring; Yearly; 3.00 Credits; F) This course is geared towards students of all skill levels. Students will gain hands on experience in many different technical aspects of physically producing a show from building sets, to equipment set ups, to lighting. This course deals with a number of different needs for a varied set of performances. Topics and schedule vary based on performance needs. In addition to the lab based learning students can expect a small number of reading assignments and class handouts (provided by instructor). Assignments and expectations also vary to fit the experience of each student. This is a hands on lab course and can be taken alone or in conjunction with Theatre Arts Practicum. Prerequisites: Permission of the instructor.

TH-192   Technical Theatre Lab (Fall & Spring; Yearly; 3.00 Credits; F) This course is geared towards students of all skill levels. Students will gain hands on experience in many different technical aspects of physically producing a show from building sets, to equipment set ups, to lighting. This course deals with a number of different needs for a varied set of performances. Topics and schedule vary based on performance needs. In addition to the lab based learning students can expect a small number of reading assignments and class handouts (provided by instructor). Assignments and expectations also vary to fit the experience of each student. This is a hands on lab course and can be taken alone or in conjunction with Theatre Arts Practicum. Prerequisites: TH-191 and permission of the instructor.

TH-196   Intensives (Fall & Spring; Yearly; 1.00 Credit; F) Each year, the Juniata College Theatre brings in one guest professional teaching artist to teach in a specific theatrical discipline. This course will explore a myriad of practical techniques actors can use. Principally, the focus of all Intensives will be on physical methodologies and n various theatre pedagogies from all over the world. Each semester taken students will register for the next number in the series (ex:TH196, TH197, TH297, TH298).

TH-197   Intensives (Fall & Spring; Yearly; 1.00 Credit; F) Each year, the Juniata College Theatre brings in one guest professional teaching artist to teach in a specific theatrical discipline. This course will explore a myriad of practical techniques actors can use. Principally, the focus of all Intensives will be on physical methodologies and n various theatre pedagogies from all over the world. Each semester taken students will register for the next number in the series (ex:TH196, TH197, TH297, TH298).

TH-199   Special Topics (Variable; Variable; 1.00-4.00 Credits) Allows the department to offer special topics not normally offered. Departments may offer more than one special topic. Prerequisites vary by title.

TH-205   Stagecraft (Fall; Yearly; 3.00 Credits; F) An examination of the principles and procedures of working in the physical environment of the theatre. Focuses on scenery construction and technology, lighting procedures and technology and principles of organization and management used in technical theatre. Prerequisite: TH105.

TH-210   Living Theatre History (Variable; Variable; 3.00 Credits; F,CW) In this course, we investigate the history of theatre in the world until the late 19th Century. A fundamental premise is that theatrical style is intimately connected with the life of the culture out of which it grew. For each " major " historical theatrical era, we look at how the conventions of playwriting, performance, staging, and design reflect the life of that culture. Prerequisite: TH105.

TH-221   Acting I (Fall; Yearly; 3.00 Credits; F) A study of the discipline of acting, including development of concentration methods, creative energy, fine tuning of the vocal and physical instrument and character analysis.

TH-222   Musical Theatre Scene Study (Variable; Variable; 3.00 Credits; F) Students in this course explore the genre of Musical Theatre, working on the performance of solos and musical scenes from classic and contemporary American musicals. Students begin by getting an overview of the history of Musical Theatre and Vaudeville, and it's influence historically and culturally in the 20th century. We then move on to solos, focusing on acting techniques that can be used for auditioning. Finally we work on musical duets and trios, with spoken text intermingled with the musical text to create fully realized scenes. This class culminates in a final public cabaret performance at the end of the term. The course is open to any student who is a strong singer, and who has a particular interest in musical theatre. Prerequisites: Instructor's consent/by audition.

TH-240   Voice and Speech I (Fall; Yearly; 3.00 Credits; F) Voice and Speech I is intended to initiate a lifelong process of opening the body as the vocal instrument. We will focus on learning the basic principles of Fitzmaurice Voicework, with a specific semester-long focus on De-structuring. This course is intended to be taken as the first half of a year-long sequence. Course objectives include: increasing vocal range and expressivity, reducing vocal strain, communicating intention more effectively, and allowing creativity to flow through an embodied voice. Students must take courses TH240, TH340 in order .

TH-243   Script Analysis (Fall; Even Years; 3.00 Credits; F) Upon successful completion of this course, the student should be able to: Demonstrate a practical understanding of a script as a blueprint for production that can be systematically unpacked and critically analyzed Produce complete analysis of full-length scripts Exhibit critical skills required to enhance participation as a theatre practitioner and an audience member Cultivate an appreciation and understanding of the jobs of theatre artists and technicians and other contributors to theatrical production, Reveal an awareness of the relationship of theatrical experiences of the past with those of the present. Students will leave this course with a better understanding how plays are constructed and, using a prescribed analysis model, be able to be analytical, creative, and critical in the breaking down nd rebuilding of an existing play script. Prerequisite: TH105.

TH-260   Movement I-Suzuki (Fall; Yearly; 3.00 Credits; F) Suzuki Method is a rigorous technique designed to create a more expressive and dynamic aesthetic presence in the actor. The training is not intended to teach the actor about stage technique, but rather, stage presence. In order to prepare the body for movement in the extra-daily, performative environment of theatre, we explore aspects of physical conditioning and locomotion. We explore the dynamic presence of the actor using the Suzuki Method as our foundation. In addition to the Suzuki Method, this course examines the performative and expressive body through the lens of a healthy, fit, flexible physical instrument. To that end we condition the body using techniques drawn from the US Army, P90X, Gymnastics, Plyomterics, Yoga, and neutral mask work.

TH-261   Movement II-Viewpoints (Spring; Yearly; 3.00 Credits; F) Viewpoints Technique is used widely in American Theatre actor training to develop the actors' sensibilities in the way movement and relationship is structured on stage. The actor develops aesthetic awareness of: tempo, duration, kinesthetic response, repetition, shape, gesture, architecture, spatial relationships, and topography. In addition to the Viewpoints method, this course also examines the performative and expressive body through the lens of a healthy, fit, flexible physical instrument. To that end, this course conditions the body using techniques drawn from the US Army, P90X, Gymnastics, Plyomterics, Yoga, and neutral mask work.

TH-263   Playwriting (Variable; Variable; 3.00 Credits; F,CW) This course examines the foundational elements of playwriting used in a variety of ways and traditions. Through the critical analysis of playtexts, we both decode the intrinsic tools with a text but subsequently use them in the creation of multiple one-act plays. Since writing is rewriting we will read and respond to our work and nurture the skills needed to receive and give critical assessment, both on our own work and that of our peers. Finally, the course will culminate in the public, staged reading of an original one-act play.

TH-270   Performance Lab (Fall & Spring; Yearly; 2.00 Credits; F) This is the advanced performance skills class for Junior and Senior students enrolled in the Performance POE. Taught in collaboration with professional artists in The Juniata Visiting Artist Collective, the course includes sections on: voice/speech/dialect work; several modes of movement training; styles of acting; advanced scene study; generating one's own performance piece; directing; and auditioning.

TH-271   Performance Lab (Fall & Spring; Yearly; 2.00 Credits; F) This is the advanced performance skills class for Junior and Senior students enrolled in the Performance POE. Taught in collaboration with professional artists in The Juniata Visiting Artist Collective, thecourse includes sections on: voice/speech/dialect work; several modes of movement training; styles of acting; advanced scene study; generating one's own performance piece; directing; and auditioning.

TH-280   Theatre Arts Practicum (Fall & Spring; Yearly; 1.00-3.00 Credits; F) (See TH180).

TH-281   Theatre Arts Practicum (Fall & Spring; Yearly; 1.00-3.00 Credits; F) (See TH180).

TH-291   Technical Theatre Lab (Fall & Spring; Yearly; 3.00 Credits; F) This course is geared towards students of all skill levels. Students gain hands on experience in many different technical aspects of physically producing a show from building sets, to equipment set ups, to lighting. This course deals with a number of different needs for a varied set of performances. Topics and schedule vary based on performance needs. In addition to the lab based learning students can expect a small number of reading assignments and class handouts (provided by instructor). Assignments and expectations also vary to fit the experience of each student. This is a hands on lab course and can be taken alone or in conjunction with Theatre Arts Practicum. Prerequisites: TH191 and TH192.

TH-292   Technical Theatre Lab (Fall & Spring; Yearly; 3.00 Credits; F) This course is geared towards students of all skill levels. Students gain hands on experience in many different technical aspects of physically producing a show from building sets, to equipment set ups, to lighting. This course deals with a number of different needs for a varied set of performances. Topics and schedule vary based on performance needs. In addition to the lab based learning students can expect a small number of reading assignments and class handouts (provided by instructor). Assignments and expectations also vary to fit the experience of each student. This is a hands on lab course and can be taken alone or in conjunction with Theatre Arts Practicum. Prerequisites: TH191 and TH192 and TH291.

TH-296   Intensives (Fall & Spring; Yearly; 1.00 Credit; F) Each year, the Juniata College Theatre brings in one guest professional teaching artist to teach in a specific theatrical discipline. This course will explore a myriad of practical techniques actors can use. Principally, the focus of all Intensives will be on physical methodologies and n various theatre pedagogies from all over the world. Each semester taken students will register for the next number in the series (ex:TH196, TH197, TH297, TH298).

TH-297   Intensives (Fall & Spring; Yearly; 1.00 Credit; F) Each year, the Juniata College Theatre brings in one guest professional teaching artist to teach in a specific theatrical discipline. This course will explore a myriad of practical techniques actors can use. Principally, the focus of all Intensives will be on physical methodologies and n various theatre pedagogies from all over the world. Each semester taken students will register for the next number in the series (ex:TH196, TH197, TH297, TH298).

TH-299   Special Topics (Variable; Variable; 1.00-4.00 Credits) Allows the department to offer special topics not normally offered. Departments may offer more than one special topic. Prerequisites vary by title.

TH-321   Contemporary Scene Study (Fall & Spring; Yearly; 3.00 Credits; F) In this class we delve into scene work from contemporary plays and playwrights who were writing between the years of 1980 to the present. We learn about the play, the playwright and the historical context of the piece. We work in-depth on script and character analysis, moment-to moment work, physical transformation, breath work, and truthful playing of the scene. Prerequisites: TH221.

TH-322   Non-Naturalistic Scene Study (Variable; Variable; 3.00 Credits; F) In this class, we delve into scene work from contemporary non-naturalistic plays and playwrights who were writing between the years of 1960 to the present. We learn about the play, the playwright and the historical context of the piece. We work in depth on script and character analysis, moment to moment work, physical transformation, breath work, and truthful playing of the scene. Prerequisites: TH221 and TH321.

TH-323   Modern Drama Scene Study (Variable; Variable; 3.00 Credits; F) In this class we delve into scene work from plays and playwrights who were writing between the years of 1860-1950 in a canon of work commonly known as Modern Drama. We learn about the play, the playwright and the historical context of the piece. We work in depth on script and character analysis, moment to moment work, physical transformation, breath work, and truthful playing of the scene. This course is intended for Theatre Performance POE students. Prerequisites: TH221 and TH321.

TH-324   Performing Shakespeare (Variable; Variable; 3.00 Credits; F) In this class, we study techniques for performing the work of William Shakespeare; analyze how the text works for the actor; investigate how to develop characters; examine the use of verse and prose; and perform speeches, soliloquies, and scenes. Prerequisites: TH221 and TH321.

TH-325   Acting II (Spring; Yearly; 3.00 Credits; F,CS) Upon successful completion of this course, the student should be able to: Meisner-based Practical Aesthetics through script analysis and application to scene work. Develop a deeper confidence in the strength and flexibility of the breath and voice. Collaborate on scene rehearsals with partner in a professional manner Nurture a deeper understanding of her meta-cognition. Integrate strategies for mitigating stress through self-talk, imagery, and meditation. Engender a life-long pursuit of self-improvement and psychophysical mastery. Prerequisite: TH221.

TH-341   Voice and Speech II (Spring; Yearly; 2.00 Credits; F,CS) Voice and Speech II is intended to initiate a lifelong process of opening the body as the vocal instrument. We focus on learning the basic principles of Fitzmaurice Voicework, with a specific semester-long focus on Structuring. This course is intended to be taken as the second half of a year-long sequence. Course objectives include: gaining vocal power, learning healthy vocal technique and care of the voice, aligning vocal support with character choices, and realizing natural use of increased vocal production. Students must do courses in order TH241 then TH341.

TH-342   Stage Management (Fall; Yearly; 3.00 Credits; F) This course will examine the foundational elements of stage management. Students will create prompt books for existing one-act plays and work side-by-side with playwrights and directors on the final, fully staged production of an original play for our mainstage show. It is possible that stage managers will have the opportunity to work on more than one play. We will examine the requirements and professional protocols of stage management and strategies for overcoming rehearsal obstacles. In doing so, the student will not only recognize aspects of the overall craft of play-making but also develop a deeper understanding of her own personal theatrical aesthetics. The hope is that this awareness will empower the individual artist to continue making new work of her own and not simply relying, as Blanche suggests, " on the kindness of strangers. " Demonstrate application of foundational aspects of stage management Demonstrate willingness to accept, give, and apply criticism Identify evidence within a play for plot, character, genre, style, and mechanical technique Integrate all aspects of the artists' life through meta-cognition and self-reflection Collaborate with playwrights, directors, and actors in the production of staged production Prerequsite: TH105.

TH-351   Integrated Experience (Fall; Yearly; 1.00 Credit; F) The goal of the integrated experience is to create a space where the student may reflect on her entire curricular and co-curricular experience at Juniata. In discerning how the myriad experiences have impacted and influenced her over the past several years, she will begin to form a narrative of how those experiences have added up to the artist-student she is today and hopes to be tomorrow. She will use this narrative to form a strategic plan for post-graduation activity and, more immediately, a capstone experience that is directly linked to this Integrated Experience. Upon successful completion of this course, the student should be able to: Research possible future opportunities such as grad school, internships, and career paths Map the curricular and co-curricular experiences you have had thus far into a cohesive narrative of a professional self Write a formal grant proposal Create an e-portfolio for professional marketing purposes Develop a comprehensive capstone experience predicated on the totality of your experience thus far Prerequsites: Permission of the instructor.

TH-370   Performance Lab (Fall & Spring; Yearly; 2.00 Credits; F) This is the advanced performance skills class for students enrolled in the Performance POE. In collaboration with professional artists in Juniata Visiting Artist collective, the course includes sections on: voice/speech/dialect work; several modes of movement training; styles of acting; advanced scene study; generating one's own performance piece; directing; and auditioning.

TH-371   Performance Lab (Fall & Spring; Yearly; 2.00 Credits; F) This is the advanced performance skills class for students. Taught in collaboration with professional artists in The Juniata Visiting Artist Collective, the course includes sections on: voice/speech/dialect work; several modes of movement training; styles of acting; advanced scene study; generating one's own performance piece; directing; and auditioning.

TH-380   Theatre Arts Practicum (Fall & Spring; Yearly; 1.00-3.00 Credits; F) See TH180.

TH-381   Theatre Arts Practicum (Fall & Spring; Yearly; 1.00-3.00 Credits; F) See TH180.

TH-391   Technical Theatre Lab (Fall & Spring; Yearly; 3.00 Credits; F) This course is geared towards students of all skill levels. Students gain hands on experience in many different technical aspects of physically producing a show from building sets, to equipment set ups, to lighting. This course deals with a number of different needs for a varied set of performances. Topics and schedule vary based on performance needs. In addition to the lab based learning students can expect a small number of reading assignments and class handouts (provided by instructor). Assignments and expectations also vary to fit the experience of each student. This is a hands on lab course and can be taken alone or in conjunction with Theatre Arts Practicum. Prerequisites: TH191 and TH192 and TH291 and TH292.

TH-392   Technical Theatre Lab (Fall & Spring; Yearly; 3.00 Credits; F) This course is geared towards students of all skill levels. Students will gain hands on experience in many different technical aspects of physically producing a show from building sets, to equipment set ups, to lighting. This course deals with a number of different needs for a varied set of performances. Topics and schedule vary based on performance needs. In addition to the lab based learning students can expect a small number of reading assignments and class handouts (provided by instructor). Assignments and expectations also vary to fit the experience of each student. This is a hands on lab course and can be taken alone or in conjunction with Theatre Arts Practicum. Prerequisites: TH191 and TH192 and TH291 and TH292 and TH391.

TH-396   Intensives (Fall & Spring; Yearly; 1.00 Credit; F) Each year, the Juniata College Theatre brings in one guest professional teaching artist to teach in a specific theatrical discipline. This course will explore a myriad of practical techniques actors can use. Principally, the focus of all Intensives will be on physical methodologies and n various theatre pedagogies from all over the world. Each semester taken students will register for the next number in the series (ex:TH196, TH197, TH297, TH298).

TH-397   Intensives (Fall & Spring; Yearly; 1.00 Credit; F) Each year, the Juniata College Theatre brings in one guest professional teaching artist to teach in a specific theatrical discipline. This course will explore a myriad of practical techniques actors can use. Principally, the focus of all Intensives will be on physical methodologies and n various theatre pedagogies from all over the world. Each semester taken students will register for the next number in the series (ex:TH196, TH197, TH297, TH298).

TH-398   Professional Training Intensive (Variable; Yearly; 1.00 Credit; F) The schedule for the course work in an intensive is intentionally brief, but very intense (4 hours a day minimum). Theatre artists from the Juniata Visiting Artists' Collective lead workshops which focus on one area of training. Areas of study are variable, and may include: acting for the camera, circus technique, le coq, stage combat, directing and design, and others. This course is open to all interested students on campus, but it is focused on professional theatre techniques, so students taking the course should be willing and prepared to work in depth. Theatre Performance POE's are required to take 4 credits of TH-398 over their four years.

TH-399   Special Topics (Variable; Variable; 1.00-4.00 Credits) Allows the department to offer special topics not normally offered. Departments may offer more than one special topic. Prerequisites vary by title.

TH-405   Directing (Variable; Variable; 3.00 Credits; F,H,CS) The basic principles of stage directing are offered with areas of inquiry and practical application in: script selection and analysis, audition/casting techniques/considerations, rehearsal preparation, the prompt script, working with designers, decision making, working with actors, being a director/guide( vision, focus, note- taking, and giving), and bringing a script/actors/designers to performance. Each student will select and work on a one-act script which, will be presented to the public in a spring semester festival. Prerequisites: Junior or Senior standing, TH206 and TH243, and permission of the instructor.

TH-421   Acting III: Solos (Fall; Yearly; 3.00 Credits; F,CS) Upon successful completion of this course, the student should be able to: Develop the confidence to stand alone onstage and speak her truth Unpack existing solo work in the form of monologues Write and perform her own short one-person show NOTE: Solo pieces created in this class are invited to perform as part of the spring mainstage showcase, Juniata: Solos. Participation in Juniata: Solos is not a requirement of this class, however, it does guarantee the student a slot, should she choose to perform in the sprig. The student's grade will be assessed solely from in-class work. Students may register for Theatre Practicum in the spring to get credit for participation in Juniata:Solos. Additionally, students who have previously taken Acting 3 may perform their Solos again or, per faculty consent, perform new Solos in the spring.Prerequisites: TH221.

TH-470   Performance Lab (Fall & Spring; Yearly; 2.00 Credits; F) This is the advanced performance skills class for students enrolled in the Performance POE. Taught in collaboration with professional artists the course includes sections on: voice/speech/dialect work; several modes of movement training; styles of acting; advanced scene study; generating one's own performance piece; directing; and auditioning.

TH-471   Performance Lab (Fall & Spring; Yearly; 2.00 Credits; F) This is the advanced performance skills class for students enrolled in the Performance POE. Taught in collaboration with professional artists in Juniata Visiting Artist Collective, the course includes sections on: voice/speech/dialect work; several modes of movement training; styles of acting; advanced scene study; generating one's own performance piece; directing; and auditioning.

TH-472   Performance Lab (Fall & Spring; Yearly; 2.00 Credits; F) This is the advanced performance skills class for students enrolled in the Performance POE. Taught in collaboration with professional artists in The Juniata Visiting Artist Collective the course includes sections on: voice/speech/dialect work; several modes of movement training; styles of acting; advanced scene study; generating one's own performance piece; directing; and auditioning.

TH-473   Performance Lab (Fall & Spring; Yearly; 2.00 Credits; F) This is the advanced performance skills class for students enrolled in the Performance POE. Taught in collaboration with professional artists in The Juniata Visiting Artist Collective, the course includes sections on: voice/speech/dialect work; several modes of movement training; styles of acting; advanced scene study; generating one's own performance piece; directing; and auditioning.

TH-480   Theatre Arts Practicum (Fall & Spring; Yearly; 1.00-3.00 Credits; F) See TH180.

TH-481   Theatre Arts Practicum (Fall & Spring; Yearly; 1.00-3.00 Credits; F) See TH180. Prerequisites: TH180 and TH181 and TH280 and TH281 and TH380 and TH381 and TH480.

TH-490   Theatre Internship (Variable; Variable; 2.00-9.00 Credits; H) See Internships in the catalog. Corequisite: TH495. Prerequisite: Permission of the instructor and Jr. or Sr. standing.

TH-491   Technical Theatre Lab (Fall & Spring; Yearly; 3.00 Credits; F) Students will gain hands on experience in many different technical aspects of physically producing a show from building sets, to equipment set ups, and to lighting. This course deals with a number of different needs for a varied set of performances. Topics and schedule vary based on performance needs. In addition to the lab based learning students can expect a small number of reading assignments and class handouts (provided by instructor). Assignments and expectations also vary to fit the experience of each student. This is a hands on lab course and can be taken alone or in conjunction with Theatre Arts Practicum. Prerequisites: TH191 and TH192 and TH291 and TH292 and TH391 and TH392.

TH-492   Technical Theatre Lab (Fall & Spring; Yearly; 3.00 Credits; F) Students gain hands on experience in many different technical aspects of physically producing a show from building sets, to equipment set ups, to lighting. This course deals with a number of different needs for a varied set of performances. Topics and schedule vary based on performance needs. In addition to the lab based learning students can expect a small number of reading assignments and class handouts (provided by instructor). Assignments and expectations also vary to fit the experience of each student. This is a hands on lab course and can be taken alone or in conjunction with Theatre Arts Practicum. Prerequisites: TH191 and TH192 and TH291 and TH292 and TH391 and TH392 and TH491.

TH-494   Senior Capstone (Fall; Yearly; 1.00-3.00 Credits; F) The Theatre Capstone provides an opportunity for senior theatre students to demonstrate excellence in acting, movement, vocal technique, and either writing or interpretation of existing text of their choosing. Seniors gain hands-on directing experience through the completion of their piece, and will be working with a professional designer. Student projects are based on proposals and may include live performances or film projects. Capstones will be presented to a public audience and mentored by faculty. Seniors may register for this course at between one and three credits, depending on credit needs. Prerequisites: Senior status and Theatre Performance POE.

TH-495   Internship Research Seminar (Variable; Variable; 2.00-6.00 Credits; H) See Internships in the catalog. Corequisite: TH490. Prerequisite: Permission of instructor .

TH-496   Intensives (Fall & Spring; Yearly; 1.00 Credit; F) Each year, the Juniata College Theatre brings in one guest professional teaching artist to teach in a specific theatrical discipline. This course will explore a myriad of practical techniques actors can use. Principally, the focus of all Intensives will be on physical methodologies and n various theatre pedagogies from all over the world. Each semester taken students will register for the next number in the series (ex:TH196, TH197, TH297, TH298).

TH-497   Intensives (Fall & Spring; Yearly; 1.00 Credit; F) Each year, the Juniata College Theatre brings in one guest professional teaching artist to teach in a specific theatrical discipline. This course will explore a myriad of practical techniques actors can use. Principally, the focus of all Intensives will be on physical methodologies and n various theatre pedagogies from all over the world. Each semester taken students will register for the next number in the series (ex:TH196, TH197, TH297, TH298).

TH-TUT   Theatre Tutorial (Variable; Variable; 1.00-4.00 Credits) See Catalog.