Subject: Drama
Credit units: 3
Offered: Term 2 only
Weekly hours: 4.5 Practicum/Lab hours
College: Arts and Science
Department: Drama


Further development of the student's vocal technique and heightened awareness of the vocal process through increasingly subtle exercises in relaxation, body alignment, support of tone, and placement of sound. Study of vocal anatomy and physiology. Introduction to the voice as an instrument for exploring and expressing character, including foundational concepts in articulatory phonetics. Developing technical control, expressive freedom, and creativity through interpretation of poetry, prose, song, and self-generated texts.

Prerequisite(s): DRAM 362.3 and permission of the program chair.
Note: Students with credit for DRAM 364.3 may not take DRAM 363.3 for credit. Costs in addition to tuition will apply to this course. Please contact the department for details. Accompaniment is not provided for students for exercises or projects involving singing. Students are responsible for sourcing and providing their own accompaniment for project work..

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