DRAMA 316 - THEATRICAL MAKE - UP
SUMMER QUARTER...A TERM
TUESDAY / THURSDAY – 10:50 – 1:00 or 1:10 – 3:20
JONES PLAYHOUSE THEATER ...206-685-9419 dressingroom
JOSIE GARDNER...543-2102 office, voice mail
Email – email@example.com
Tuesday, June 20 Introduction, explain policies and supplies list,
Assignment - corrective and fashion make - up work sheet.
Collect 5 examples of male faces and 5 examples of female faces for research. Prepare to talk about your examples.
Thursday, June 22 Apply corrective make - up. Must have materials.
Assignment - old age
Bring 5 pictures that are examples of old age for research .
Tuesday, June 27 Apply old age make - up.... Discussion and photos.
Thursday, June 29 Apply Chinese Opera Dan or Qing Yi(Ch'ing I)Character make - up
Assignment – animal or fantasy make – up work sheet. Must have examples of research.
Tuesday July 4 - NO CLASS
Thursday July 6 Apply animal or fantasy make - up
Assignment - horror make - up, Bring 5 examples of trauma for research.
Tuesday July 11 Apply Horror make – up
Video – “Special / Character Effects.”
Assignment – Beards, bring 5 examples of beards and crepe hair supplies .
Thursday July 13 Apply beards
Assignment - HIstorical Make up. Bring at least one example of research and completed work sheet
Tuesday July 18 Historical Make up, Bring at least one example of research and a completed work shirt. Group Project or Paper due on line by midnight.
**** If you would like to request academic accommodations due to a disability, please contact Disabled Student Services, 448 Schmitz, 543-8924 (V/TDD). If you have a letter from Disabled Student Services indicating you have a disability that requires academic accommodation, please present the letter to me so we can discuss the accommodations you might need for class. *****
This is an entry level technical make up workshop based class. Most of the work is completed within the time limitations of the class. This course offers the student a practical guide to the theory and practice of different levels of stage make up.
Students are required to purchase specific supplies and tools to complete the course. A limited understanding of color, light, and shadow are encouraged. Enthusiasm is welcomed and appreciated. Read more about this class in an article from University Week. 2 credits.