THE 222 - Stage Make-Up
1 Lecture Hours 3 Studio Hours
Prerequisites: THE 101
This course focuses on the principles of corrective and character make-up with intensive practical application in a laboratory setting. Practical experience in application is gained through the semester’s stage productions.
Upon successful completion of the course, the student will:
- Outline the principles of stage make-up.
- Explain the theories of stage make-up.
- Identify the elements of facial anatomy.
- Use make-up for special effects.
- Interpret make-up application in film and television.
- Use make-up to correct or alter facial features.
- Apply make-up to establish age, character, and/or disfigurement.
- Demonstrate the impact of color.
- Apply a variety of make-up designs.
- Elements of facial anatomy/bones of the face
- Light and shade
- Flat, curved, hard and soft edges
- Drawing with highlights and shadows
- Color in pigment
- Characteristics of color
- Color mixing and organizing
- Color tables
- Lighting and make-up
- Color in light
- Light on pigment
- Planning and application of make-up
- Character study
- Elements of design
- Types of make-up
- Modeling with make-up
- Three dimensional make-up
- Beards and mustaches
Textbook, audio-visual media, make-up, prosthetics, etc.
Approved By: Sutin, Stewart Date Approved: 07/13/2006
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