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  • Community — Dance — Carthage College
    dance production known as Away From the Mirror This program is unique among other theatre productions in that it features a less produced revelation of the dancemaking process The show includes works in progress by emerging choreographers who share their inspirations and compositional choices with audiences The programs are culminations of a series of faculty and peer feedback showings through which the works are presented as drafts at different stages of development Away From the Mirror concerts have become integral components to the Dance Program each year while building appreciation and understanding of dance as a disciplined art form Special Events Dancers experience life through movement which is not a phenomenon exclusive to the classroom or the stage In the spirit of nurturing the whole person Carthage dancers look for new ways of making meaningful connections between dance and other aspects of their lives Dancers interested in presenting dance in the Siebert Chapel have developed works for Wednesday chapel services with mindful reflection of presenting dance in a worship setting while others have shared dance through collective experiences such as the Hedberg Library s Friday Family Fun Night and the HanniBall celebration of the campus s popular Hannibal Lecture Series

    Original URL path: http://community.carthage.edu/dance/community/ (2013-06-13)
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  • Courses — Theatre — Carthage College
    play development The specific focus is an ensemble driven approach to play development Students will participate in a highly collaborative team consisting of directors and performers with special emphasis on developing and staging new scripts written by the playwriting class The students will showcase scripts at the end of the semester Prerequisite Theatre major or minor or THR 1110 and consent of instructor Fall 2180 Theatre for Children FAR 4 credits 4 credits Instructor John Maclay The course includes a study of drama and community settings for persons of all ages as well as study and experiences designed to develop the skills needed to provide environments conducive to the development of creativity in the individual and an examination of the child s potential for creative achievement at different age and grade levels Spring 2620 Music Theater Workshop 0 1 or 2 credits 0 1 or 2 credits Instructor Corinne Ness This course for the singer actor provides formal and informal venues to develop music theater skills character development and portrayal scene study and audition skills The laboratory format allows students to learn from the instructor as well as each other as they cover varied repertory The course culminates in a performance at the end of each term May be repeated for credit 1 or 2 credits Spring 2900 Play Reading and Analysis 4 credits 4 credits Instructor Neil Scharnick The course will include a critical examination of dramatic literature for the purposes of production Students in this course will consider representative dramatic works from the ancient Greeks into the 21st century Students will study the play script as literature an historical artifact and a blueprint for production Course materials may be linked to Carthage theatre productions This course involves extensive play reading and analysis historical research practical application and a major project Prerequisite COR 1110 Fall 2910 Play Production I Stagecrafts 4 credits 4 credits Instructor William Newcomb A beginning stagecraft course for all theatre majors and minors This course introduces students to the basic aspects of technical theatre production and construction of theatrical scenery Students will learn how to operate the necessary power tools and stage machinery safely Students will be involved directly with the Carthage theatre productions Lecture and laboratory Prerequisite Theatre major or minor or Music Theatre major or minor or permission of the instructor Fall and Spring 2920 Play Production II Costuming and Makeup 4 credits 4 credits Instructor Kim Instenes Practical study and experiences to develop technical skills including effective planning and safety practices for basic elements of costume design acquisition and construction and makeup design and application Students will work on projects currently in production by the department Prerequisite Theatre major or minor or Music Theatre major or minor or permission of the instructor Fall and Spring 2930 Play Production III Stage Lighting 2 credits 2 credits Instructor Martin McClendon This course introduces students to the basic technology of theatrical stage lighting Students will learn the fundamentals of lighting instrument identification and use as well as how to hang focus and operate the theatre lighting system Students will be involved directly with Carthage theatre productions Lecture and laboratory Prerequisite THR 2910 2940 Play Production IV Scenic Painting 2 credits 2 credits Instructor Martin McClendon An introductory scenic painting course introducing students to the basic practices of theatrical scenic painting The class will cover color theory scenic painting techniques and color renderings and elevations Students will be involved directly with Carthage theatre productions Lecture and laboratory Prerequisite Theatre or Studio art majors 2950 Play Production V Advanced Makeup Technique 2 credits 2 credits Instructor Staff This course will study advanced techniques in makeup that are not covered in the Play Production II course Makeup techniques could include but are not limited to airbrush prothetics advanced aging wig ventilating fantasy and special effects Drawing and rendering techniques for makeup design will be practiced The class will work on projects based on the theatre department productions for that semester Prerequisite Theatre 2920 or consent of the instructor 2960 Play Production VI Draping and Pattern Making 2 credits 2 credits Instructor Staff This course will introduce students to draping and patternmaking for costumes It is a hands on course with emphasis on learning techniques used in professional costume shops to create patterns used to build costumes from a costume design rendering Students will drape make patterns from various sources as well as work on theatre department productions Prerequisite Theatre 2920 3000 Playwriting 4 credits 4 credits Instructor Staff In this workshop students examine great plays of the 20th century in order to develop a deeper understanding of the playwright s craft Students then develop their own writing skills by creating both an adaptation and an original dramatic work Prerequisite Junior or Senior standing Every other Spring 3010 Stage Management 2 credits 2 credits Instructor Staff This course is an examination and exploration of the role and function of the stage manager in theatrical productions including plays musicals and dance performances This course provides a specific framework emphasizing organization documentation and dissemination of information With paper projects and case studies students will gain insight into management strategies and develop critical thinking skills Prerequisite THR 2900 3041 Advanced Ballet 1 credit 1 credit Instructor Ann Hackett A continuation and extension of the techniques learned in Ballet I and II including application of more difficult elements of the ballet style Each class will iclude barre port de bras center barre adagio petit allegro grand allegro and entournant Discussions will include theory and history of ballet as it applies to the styles being studied 3044 Advanced Jazz 1 credit 1 credits Instructor Faith Halaska This course will build upon the technical foundation of Jazz I or Jazz II Students will further develop Jazz dance skills through class work that includes warm up exercises progressions and combinations that progress beyond intermediate level skills and reflect specific stylistic and historical influences Prerequisite THR 2044 3050 Dance History 4 credits 4 credits Instructor Stacy Pottinger

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  • Carthage Theatre Box Office — Theatre — Carthage College
    order tickets or reserve seats for Carthage College Theatre Department productions please call 262 551 6661 or send an e mail to theatretickets carthage edu Carthage College is located at 2001 Alford Park Drive in Kenosha Main Stage productions are held in Wartburg Auditorium located in the David A Straz Jr Center for the Natural and Social Sciences building at the north end of campus Second Stage performances are held in the Studio Theatre which is located in the lower level of the Straz building All Carthage students get two free tickets to every Carthage production Current Season Campus Map Directions to Carthage Carthage Theatre Get Tickets Current Season Theatre Scholarships Music Theatre Dance Learn more Admissions Areas of Study Request Information Student Voices Elodie Senetra 13 The biggest and most rewarding surprise I have found at Carthage has been the educational interaction with professional theatre artists who are currently leading and shaping the theatre stages I hope to work on one day Read more Mikaley Osley 14 It s more than I ever could have hoped for and my journey at Carthage surprises me every day It makes me excited to continue discovering myself as an artist and as

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  • Elodie Senetra — Meet Carthage Theatre Majors — Theatre — Carthage College
    those characters and myself is always fun and living in the moment on stage is a wonderful release from my own life Elodie values her classes at Carthage which allow her to learn what she wants to learn I want to broaden my vocal and physical capabilities in preparation for Graduate School with a specialization in Performance of Classical Text she said Favorite professor Laura Gordon She is a Shakespeare guru and the most lovely teacher Favorite class I took an economics and history J Term course where I studied abroad in Guatemala Experiencing a new country with people I didn t know was completely enlivening and the best life choice I have made The professors were brilliant and the trip was loads of fun on top of Mayan temples and volcanoes Toughest class I would say Directing with Hershel Kruger That was a wonderfully challenging class that taught me the importance of collaboration within the director s role I had never tried my hand as a director within the theatre before so I was quite intimidated but grew more comfortable after our first scene presentation and ultimately learned to trust my artistic instincts Favorite moment at Carthage The day I met my roommate Shannon Fox She would hate me for writing this but she is my morning glory Favorite spot on campus There is this adorable table next to the fireplace in Einstein s It s cozy quaint so warm and lovely especially with a hazelnut coffee in your hands Biggest surprise so far The biggest and most rewarding surprise I have found at Carthage has been the educational interaction with professional theatre artists who are currently leading and shaping the theatre stages I hope to work on one day Carthage Theatre Get Tickets Current Season Theatre Scholarships Music

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  • Mikaley Osley — Meet Carthage Theatre Majors — Theatre — Carthage College
    I wanted to write plays for the rest of my life Mikaley chose to attend Carthage because it is where she felt the most comfortable When I was looking for a college I didn t want to work my way through an established conservatory with rules like seniority and a general sense of close mindedness she said Instead I wanted to grow with the program itself building it for future generations Over the course of two and a half years Mikaley has managed three shows and is currently working on a fourth She has also written two one act plays that were nominated at The Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival received a SURE grant to write a full length play and has worked with many prestigious artists It s more than I ever could have hoped for and my journey at Carthage surprises me every day she said It makes me excited to continue discovering myself as an artist and as a person Favorite professor Prof Neil Scharnick I remember when I had made a connection from two plays I was reading in two different classes one of which he was teaching and I ran into his office during a 10 minute break between classes geeking out about this discovery I d made He listened to me discussed it with me and then recommended another play to read Ten minutes were up and we continued about our day He encourages learning outside the classroom and cares about what you have to say even if it s only for a short blip between classes Favorite class Acting and Directing One Acts It was a new class that I dropped into on a whim and it was the best decision I made my first semester It solidified my dream of being a playwright and opened so many doors for me because we performed one of my one acts That very same one act then went on to be nominated for The Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival Without that class I would not have had the opportunities or the friends I have now We bonded while trying to create a new class and it wiped my worries away about being in a new place and starting a new life Toughest class Play Production III Stage Lighting I went into that class knowing close to nothing about lighting design I knew how to hang a light but that was about it I came out having successfully designed an entire song which gave me the confidence to pursue lighting something I had no interest in previously Getting to that point was no easy task there were times I had no clue what I was doing but I was reminded how success comes from hard work practice and patience Favorite moments at Carthage I was playing music before the Biloxi Blues opening and I ll Make a Man Out of You from Mulan came on and every single cast and crew member jumped onstage

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  • Past Students — Meet Carthage Theatre Majors — Theatre — Carthage College
    so much back to me I learn more about myself and more about life with every role I take It is the ultimate challenge that yields the ultimate reward Read more Student Voices Elodie Senetra 13 The biggest and most rewarding surprise I have found at Carthage has been the educational interaction with professional theatre artists who are currently leading and shaping the theatre stages I hope to work on

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  • Economics Department News — Economics at Carthage — Carthage College
    various energy sources more Past News STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT Carthage Enactus reaches national competition for fifth straight year After winning its fifth straight regional competition the Carthage chapter of Enactus heads to Kansas City to compete in the Enactus National Exposition May 21 23 more SURE 2013 2013 SURE program seeks applicants Students are invited to apply now for the 2013 Natural Sciences or Social Sciences Summer Undergraduate Research Experience Applications are due April 3 more UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH Carthage students to present at preeminent research conference Fifteen Carthage students have been accepted to present their research at the Council on Undergraduate Research s 27th National Conference on Undergraduate Research taking place April 11 13 in Lacrosse Wis more Celebration of Scholars 2012 Celebration of Scholars Is the NFL an exception to economic laws Nathan Giebel s senior thesis examined the relation between ticket prices and attendance in the NFL more J TERM 2012 Professors announce 2012 J Term trips Where will you spend J Term 2012 How about Ireland Italy Sweden Honduras China New Zealand Senegal or Germany more State Sen Bob Wirch and Rep Peter Barca to speak at Carthage Carthage to host panel discussion on political reform in the state of Wisconsin at 6 30 p m Monday April 18 more Carthage SIFE heads to national competition After winning their league in a regional competition the Carthage Students in Free Enterprise team heads to Minneapolis to compete in the SIFE National Expo May 10 May 12 more Snap on Inc CEO spoke at Carthage March 15 Nicholas T Pinchuk chairman president and chief executive officer of Snap on Incorporated was the featured guest at a private lunch of the Carthage Business and Professional Coalition more Thinking about law school The Phi Alpha Delta Pre Law Fraternity will host the

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  • A Word from the Department — Economics at Carthage — Carthage College
    banking public finance law and economics and the history of economic thought This web site offers information on current and future course offerings requirements for the economics major and minor faculty course syllabi and materials the Carthage chapter of Omicron Delta Epsilon International Honor Society in Economics and economic resources The Department of Economics is located in the A W Clausen Center for World Business at the north end of

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