June 1, 2018

Theatre and Film Courses for Everyone
For theatre students and those of other programs.

For details on the following, check THEATRE COURSES in the current Calendar
and refer to the updated list of courses using WEBADVISOR
Featured Courses
H = Meets the Humanities Requirement

    THE FOLLOWING COURSES ARE AVAILABLE TO ALL STUDENTS WITHOUT PRE-REQUISITE

  • THFM 1001/6 INTRO TO THEATRE: Performance
    including a new section this year - THFM 1001-004 this year:
    INTRO TO THEATRE: Performance - Indigenous Perspectives
  • THFM 1002/6 INTRO TO THEATRE: General H
  • THFM 1010/6 INTRO TO FILM H
  • THFM 2201/3 PRINCIPLES OF DESIGN (Fall) H
  • THFM 2410/6 HISTORY OF FILM
    (also offered as HIST 2191) H
  • THFM 2601/3 INTRO TO COSTUMING (Fall)
  • THFM 2602/3 LIGHTING (Winter)
  • THFM 2603/3 MAKE-UP: THEORY/PRACTICE (Winter)
  • THFM 2610/3 SCRIPT & SCREEN (Fall) H
  • THFM 2801/6 THEATRICAL PRODUCTION I *
  • THFM 2803/3 LIGHT & SOUND IN PRODUCTION * (Fall)
  • THFM 3202/3 DRAFTING & DRAWING (Winter)
  • THFM 3402/3 CANADIAN DRAMA (Fall) H
  • THFM 3802/3 STAGE MANAGEMENT (Fall)


     * (recommended: students should take 1001 or 1002 previously or as a co-requisite)

Outlines are available for most courses in our Course Outlines page and archives accessible from the Main Theatre Home Page.


FEATURED COURSES

Title: Introduction to Theatre: Performance - Indigenous Perspectives
Course Section Number THFM-1001 Section 004

Description: This is a new version of Introduction to Theatre Performance taught at UWinnipeg's Merchants Corner Campus on Selkirk Avenue. Honouring Indigenous teachings and ways of knowing an Elder will serve as the teacher of Indigenous ways and be advisor, counsellor and support to the course. This class involves physical, cognitive, and/or vocal demands. Those with challenges in these areas must seek departmental guidance PRIOR to registration. For information contact theatre@uwinnipeg.ca , 204-786-9955 or b.taylor@uwinnipeg.ca.
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Pre-Requisite: NONE

Credit Hours: 6.0

Start Date: September 4, 2018 and ends in April
Tuesdays and Thursdays, 12:30-1:45 Note: This course is offered at our new Merchant's Corner campus, 541 Selkirk Avenue

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FEATURED COURSE

Introduction to Costuming
Course Section Number THFM-2601-001

Description: This course is a survey of costuming crafts and of the skills necessary to construct a theatrical garment. Skills and theoretical knowledge are developed in a laboratory situation with attention focused on the principles and elements of design interpretation. Note: Students entering this course must be able to operate a domestic sewing machine and make clothes from a pattern.

Pre-Requisite: NONE

Credit Hours: 3.0

Start Date: September 4, 2018 and ends in December
Thursdays, 6-9:00 pm, Room 2T22

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