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PAMT 331 Individualized Voice Lesson V

This course is open to Musical Theatre majors only.

Course Description: Voice lessons geared to the healthy and free vocal production of the musical theatre singer.

Course Rotation: NYC: Fall.

1 credits

PAMT 211 Acting III for Musical Theatre

Course Description:The course will focus on developing and cultivating a musical theatre student’s ability to apply acquired in previous courses to contemporary musical scene work. Additionally students will continue to develop and strengthen their ability to analyze text and apply units and objectives.
Course Rotation:Fall;NY

3 credits

PAMT 212 Acting IV for Musical Theatre

Course Description: While engaged in heightened language plays students will sharpen skills by reading, interpreting, and breaking down text to find powerful choices used to tell the story and create subtext. The course will focus on the plays and playwrights of realism: Ibsen, Chekhov and Wiliams, etc. in order to develop the skills necessary to effectively perform musical scenes.

Course Rotation: NYC: Fall.

3 credits

PAMT 311 Acting V for Musical Theatre

Course Description:The course is an exploration of the fundamental tools of Verse and Heightened Language acting—the text—from the actor’s point of view. What clues for the actor are in the words themselves? How are we meant to use devices such as the verse rhythm, the verse rhythm, the sounds of the language, and the word choices to bring the character to life, to discover the most dynamic performance of the scene, to excite thought and feeling in an audience? This is extended to the musical scene and the various techniques taught are applied to the musical performance.
Course Rotation:NY;Fall

3 credits

PAMT 312 Acting VI for Musical Theatre

Course Description:The course is meant to explore acting from an integrated point of view. That is to say, through creation of ritual, social context/lessons and transformational moments. The primary approach to the class involves the finding and rehearsing of scenes. This work will be supplemented by readings, discussions, exercises, improvisations, and a monologue. Discoveries are applied to the student’s work on the musical stage.
Course Rotation:NY;Spring

3 credits

PAMT 321 Musical Theatre Technique II

This course is open to Musical Theatre majors only.

Course Description: A performance-based class with an emphasis on integration of acting, singing, and movement skills. In this class, students will learn to sing material from the musical theatre repertoire in a dramatic context.

Course Rotation: NYC: Fall.

3 credits

PAMT 322 Musical Theatre Scene Study

Course Description: Students explore a series of assigned musical theatre scenes in which the book of a musical is integrated with its score.The focus will be on developing the skills needed to perform in a musical. Students will be assigned three different scenes all in different styles. The first will be a scence-solo, the second will be a scene-duet-scence, or a thru-sung scene and the thrid will be a performace based duet or a contemporary scence.

Course Campus: NYC: Spring.

2 credits

PAMT 331 Individualized Voice Lesson V

This course is open to Musical Theatre majors only.

Course Description: Voice lessons geared to the healthy and free vocal production of the musical theatre singer.

Course Rotation: NYC: Fall.

1 credits

PAMT 332 Individualized Voice Lessons VI

Course Description: Voice lessons geared to the healthy and free vocal production of the musical theatre singer.

Course Campus:NY:Spring.

1 credits