TH ART E01, Principles of Acting

This course allows older adults to explore the human condition in historical and contemporary dramatic literature, fairy tales, myths, and legends, satire, and parody. By learning how to analyze and interpret these texts, older adults will be able to craft the characters that inhabit these stories. Through the transformative process of creativity, older adults improve their acting skills and participate in a public performance, which builds self-confidence and self esteem.

Course Number: 9585 Time: 11 a.m. - 1:50 p.m. T Location: DE Instructor: Gannen B

TH ART E02, Theater Arts Appreciation

This course expands older adults’ knowledge of play production methods and the history of the theater as it relates to current society and the life experiences of older adults. Older adults will learn about theater production from the viewpoint of the director, actor, critic, and viewer.

Course Number: 9586 Time: 9 - 10:50 a.m. F Location: DE Instructor: Abatemarco A M

TH ART E30, Dramatic Interpretation Through Movies

This course helps older adults explore the art, technology, language and appreciation of film from the point of view of the older adult. Older adult students analyze the fundamentals of film production as a.m.ans of encouraging mental stimulation and peer socialization. Film examples are shown in class for comparison and discussion.

Course Number: 9587 Time: 11 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. F Location: DE Instructor: Abatemarco A M