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Approved by Faculty Senate March 30, 2009 THAD 205 – Makeup for the Performer Tuesday 11-12:20 PAC B4 (Dressing Room) Theatre Majors/Minors must also register for THAD 090 Showcase Instructor: Peggy Sannerud Office: PAC 235 Phone: (507) 457-5247 Email: email@example.com Office hours: M 11 & 2; T 1-3; W 11 & 1; Th 11 & 1-3; F 11and by appointment Required Text: Stage Makeup: The Actor’s Complete Step-by-Step Guide… by Laura Thudium, BackStage Books. Also required: Ben Nye Theatrical Crème Makeup Kits Course Objective: By the end of the course, students should be able to do the following: Analyze facial shapes and features for corrective makeup Develop facial schematics for makeup design Use common theatrical makeup materials according to design Reproduce makeup designs of a number of traditional and nontraditional sources Create a life mask and use it to develop simple prosthetics Class Method: This class is almost entirely based on the preparation and completion of a number of projects. To receive a passing grade, students must: Complete ALL projects Attend ALL 14 class meetings Exceptions to the attendance policy must be arranged in advance. The Peggy Policy: If you are unhappy with your performance on any project, you may redo it, and I will re-evaluate it. To be eligible for re-do, the project must have been completed on time to begin with. No re-do of late work will be possible. Late Work: Because of the project nature of the class, late work will prevent you from keeping up with the syllabus. Keep up and be prepared for each class, or you waste everyone’s time. If a project is not completed on time, the maximum grade possible will be a C. Projects – 1. Face schematics (2) 50 points 2. Corrective design (2) 50 points 3. Gender switch 50 points 4. Aging 50 points 5. Life Mask 100 points 6. Wounds, scars and burns 100 points 7. Period face 100 points 8. Animal face 100 points 9. Final – Celebrity 150 points 10. Photo Album 100 points 11. Class Journal 50 points University Studies - This course satisfies the Fine and Performing Arts Core of WSU’s University Studies program. It includes requirements and learning activities that promote students’ abilities to… a. explore the language, skills, and materials of an artistic discipline; b. use the methods of an arts practitioner to actively engage in creative processes or interpretive performances; c. understand the cultural and gender contexts of artistic expression: d. engage in reflective analysis of their own art work or interpretive performance and respond to the work of others. Class Calendar: Sept 4 – Develop face shape schematics for self and partner. Hand in at end of class. Before Class: Read Chapter 1 – Getting to Know Your Face Read Chapter 2 – Your Face Shape Schematic Sept 11 - Foundations, Skin care and Makeup Care. Need kits by this date. Before class: Read Chapter 4 – Foundation and Skin Care Sept 18 – Exercises in Chapter 5 – corrective makeup Before class: Read Chapter 5 – Highlighting and Shadowing Read Chapter 6 – Corrective Makeup Sept 25 – Corrective makeup (2) Before Class: Read Chapter 8 – Facial Stoutness and Slimness Prepare design schematic of corrective makeup for two classmates Oct 2 – Playing with Facial Hair – do partner’s Before Class: Read Chapter 14 – Facial Hair, Wigs, Hairpieces Oct 9 – Gender switch – do your own Before Class: Read Chapter 13 – Gender reversal Bring a photo of a face of someone the opposite sex. Prepare a schematic. Oct 16 – Aging Techniques – do your own Before class: Read Chapter 7 – Age Makeup Bring a photo of an aged relative – same sex Bring prepared Aging Schematic of your own face Oct 23 – Life Mask Before Class: Read Chapter 15 – Making a Life Mask Oct 30 – Life Mask, continued Nov 6 – Wounds, scars and burns Before class: Read Chapter 9 – Wounds, Scars, Burns Bring photo source of scar, bullet wound, knife wound Nov 13 – Wounds demo – alternate methods; blood recipes Nov 20 – Period faces Before class: Read Chapter 10 – Period Makeup Bring Period research Nov 27 – Animal faces Before class: Read Chapter 11 – Stylization Bring photo of animal face, full front, the same size as your face schematic. Get this OKed by Peggy before class! Dec 6 – Final Time – Dec 13, 1:00 – Celebrity Look-Alike - During the Final, use everything you’ve learned to make yourself look like a chosen celebrity (Get instructor’s approval for source). Turn in photo album of work with sources and research material. Majors – add commentary to turn this album into a journal!
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