The Department of Drama within the College of Visual and Performing Arts seeks Part-time Instructors to teach Vocal Techniques for Musical Theater Majors/Non-Majors during the fall 2020 semester.
Part-time instructors are needed to teach private lessons in vocal technique for musical theater majors and nonmajors in Department of Drama (Majors: DRA 118, 218, 318, 418, Nonmajors: DRA 108, 308).
Mode of delivery is remote synchronous online.
Will include the study of correct fundamentals of vocal production and performance skills appropriate to musical theater singing, and are based on developing a thorough understanding of the musical theater literature. More advanced students will then understand and apply principles of classical singing to jazz, pop, rock and Broadway styles of the 20th and 21st centuries (Contemporary Commercial Music).
For freshman and sophomore students, instructors will be required to build on foundational skills presented and developed in Musical Theater Practicum and Foundations of Musical Theater courses, including music reading, sight-singing, rhythmic accuracy, and song analysis. Instructors will also help prepare students for auditions, evaluations and productions within the Drama Department.
Specific course assignments will be based on enrollment needs and demonstrated ability to teach level-appropriate skills.
Internal Number: 84422
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