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iveyt@linnbenton.edu
Phone: 917-4881
Office: T-239
Office Hours:
Tue. 10-11am
Thur. 10-11am

Tinamarie Ivey

 

Portfolio

 

2017-18  Courses

 Fall

Touring Children's Theater        TA 295       Tues/Thurs.  8:30 - 11:20

Location:  Albany Campus

Touring Children's Theater Video

Have fun learning to build a shadow puppetry production and traveling the show to local elementary schools!  There are many ways to participate: build puppets, script development, play instruments or sound effects, manipulate puppets for performance and much more!  This is the most fun you'll have learning!

 

Introduction to Theater TA 147                Tues/Thrus  3:30 - 4:50

Location:  Benton Center  Rm #244

A comprehensive introduction to the art, history and workings of the theater. Students will be given a broad and general background in theater including production elements (lights, sound, sets, costumes, make-up, etc...) of acting, theater history and criticism. Students will attend live performances, view videos of plays and write reviews of live and filmed theater.  This is not a performance class.

Intro to Theater Syllabus

 

Makeup TA 247                Monday/Wednesday   2:30 - 3:50

Location:  Albany Campus  TA224

 

Includes basic theory, techniques and practical laboratory experience of stage make up valuable to all individuals interested in working on stage or behind the scenes. Serves as an introductory experience for those interested in make up applications in film television and video production. Previous experience is not required.

 

Winter

Introduction to Theater TA 147                Tues/Thrus  3:30 - 4:50

Location:  Benton Center  Rm #244

A comprehensive introduction to the art, history and workings of the theater. Students will be given a broad and general background in theater including production elements (lights, sound, sets, costumes, make-up, etc...) of acting, theater history and criticism. Students will attend live performances, view videos of plays and write reviews of live and filmed theater.  This is not a performance class.

 

Fundamentals of Acting   TA 248              TBA

Designed for the beginning actor. Students will be introduced to the basics of stage acting through the use of games, exercises and improvisation. All of which, will support future character development within a scripted scene to be presented at the end of the course. Students will gain basic skills in acting, analyzing, improvisation, visualization, breathing, and relaxation as well as a working vocabulary of theater terms. For the non-theater major, he/she will recognize that the dynamic field of theater is a useful tool for communicating in any arena.

 

 

Spring

 

Creative Drama              TA 240                        

TBA

 AAOT Arts & Letters

This course is designed to train prospective teachers, theater students and those interested in broadening their creativity, in the skills of leading creative drama sessions in the classroom, studio or recreational facility.  Students explore and develop theories and concepts of Creative Drama through active learning.  All classes involve movement-based exercises ranging from improvisational games to rigidly set up activities.  Class activities are designed to promote drama as an art, a discipline, as well as a means of supporting a curriculum unit. 

 

Oral Interpretation of Literature TA121
TBA

AAOT Arts & Letters, AAS Human Relations, AS Liberal Arts Core 1, Cultural Literacy AAOT/AAS

Fosters an appreciation of literature and develops creative skills in public speaking and performance. Analyzes various literary forms (poetry, novels, plays, letters, diaries, etc.) as texts for oral presentation. Explores oral traditions and other nonliterary sources and events as oral presentation material. Class exercises introduce vocal and other speaking techniques to effectively communicate a point of view.

 

Introduction to Theater TA 147                TBA

Location:  Benton Center  Rm #244

A comprehensive introduction to the art, history and workings of the theater. Students will be given a broad and general background in theater including production elements (lights, sound, sets, costumes, make-up, etc...) of acting, theater history and criticism. Students will attend live performances, view videos of plays and write reviews of live and filmed theater.  This is not a performance class.





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