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TH 217 Voice and Movement

Faculty: Lingafelter
Content: This class will introduce students to a range of vocal and physical techniques for creative expression in performance. Through a series of exercises, trainings, and performances, students will have the opportunity to reduce habitual tensions, connect their movement and voice to imagery and text, and increase the strength, flexibility, and dynamic of their voices and bodies in performance. The class will cover techniques drawn from a wide variety of voice and movement philosophies including Linklater, Suzuki, Grotowski, Alexander, yoga, and others.
Prerequisites: TH-113.
Restrictions: Sophomore standing required.
Usually offered: Alternate Years, spring semester.
Semester credits: 4.