Theatre

THTR 011: Introduction to Acting
4 Credits 
Preparation for scene study and characterization.
*Department permission required. Please email Deb Laub at dal5@lehigh.edu.
Attribute/Distribution: HU
 
THTR 020: Stagecraft I
2 Credits 
Introduction to the art of scenic construction and technical theatre. Scenic construction materials, techniques, tools, rigging and safety. Practical experience in executing scenery for the stage.
Lab 4 hours per week.
Attribute/Distribution: HU 
 
THTR 022: Stage Props and Decoration
2 Credits
Creating props and decor for the stage. Production assignment as assistant property master.
Lab 4 hours per week.
Attribute/Distribution: HU
 
THTR 023: Basic Scene Painting
2 Credits 
Painting for the stage. Production assignments painting with scenic artist.
Lab 4 hours per week.
Attribute/Distribution: HU
 
THTR 025: Costume Construction I
2 Credits 
Introduction to the art of costume construction. Costume construction materials, techniques, tools and safety. Practical experience in executing costumes for the stage. Lab Hours: 3 hours per week.
Attribute/Distribution: HU
 
THTR 027: Lighting Technology and Production I
2 Credits 
Introduction to the art of lighting technology and production. Lighting techniques, tools and safety. Practical experience in executing lighting for the stage.
Attribute/Distribution: HU
 
THTR 030: Sound Technology and Production I
2 Credits
Introduction to the theory, equipment and practice of sound reinforcement for the theatre, including microphone theory, speaker use and placement, digital audio networks, and live mixing.
Attribute/Distribution: HU 
 
THTR 035: 'The Salonniéres' OR 'Galatea' OR 'Thtr 245'
2 credits
Performing in a department-approved production.
*Department Permission Required
Attribute/Distribution: HU
 
THTR 045: Stage Management
2 credits 
Organization, scheduling, coordination of various production specialties. Production assignment as assistant stage manager.
Attribute/Distribution: HU
 
THTR/ASIA 053: Bollywood Danice
2 credits
Bollywood is a term compounded from "Bombay" (now Mumbai) and “Hollywood.” Bollywood dance is the movement form used in Indian films - a unique and energetic style inspired by Indian folk dance and Indian classical dance, Middle Eastern, and modern dance. Explore how each of these unique styles combine to create modern Bollywood dance. Learn the fundamental movements, gestures, and expressions that create the Bollywood dance aesthetic, and how they are applied in choreographed sequences.
Attribute/Distribution: HU
 
THTR/ENGL 060: Dramatic Action
4 Credits 
How plays are put together; how they work and what they accomplish. Examination of how plot, character, aural and visual elements of production combine to form a unified work across genre, styles and periods. Recommended as a foundation for further studies in design, literature, or performance.
Attribute/Distribution: HU
 
THTR/AAS 066: Hip Hop Dance
2 credits 
Techniques, vocabulary, and history behind the various elements of the Hip Hop Movement. Focus upon the cultural influence of Hip Hop dance styles, and the overall social influence of the Hip Hop Movement. Dance course fees are NOT included with Lehigh tuition and the charge will be added to your bursar bill at the time of registering into the course. These fees offset the remuneration of trained professional dance instruction provided by the Department of Theatre. 
Attribute/Distribution: HU
 
THTR 067: Backstage Crew
2 Credits 
Production run crew assignment.
Attribute/Distribution: HU
 
THTR/DES 072: Textile Design I
4 credits
Textile printing has brought about revolutionary changes in textile design. Textile Design utilizes digital photography, scanning, drawing and image editing software to create botanical and geometric patterns for textiles.
Attribute/Distribution: HU