Subject: Drama
Credit units: 3
Offered: Term 1 only
Weekly hours: 4.5 Practicum/Lab hours
College: Arts and Science
Department: School for the Arts


Develop a voice that makes people listen. Vocal production and interpretation for effective public speaking and performance. Through practical exploration and exercises in relaxation, postural alignment, support of tone, placement of sound and foundational articulation, students will develop awareness of vocal anatomy and facility in healthy vocal technique to support easeful and impactful public speaking. Emphasis on freeing the vocal apparatus of tension and connecting with the listener. Appropriate for dedicated students preparing for a career requiring professional voice use including actors, teachers, singers, lawyers, marketing professionals, sports coaches, athletes, and business executives.

Prerequisite(s): DRAM 119.3.
Note: Students with credit for DRAM 364 may not take DRAM 362 for credit.
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