BA (120 credit hour) Major in Theatre - Body-Shaping Through Historical Tailoring 2 THEA 3454   Body-Shaping Through Historical Tailoring 2
CREDIT HOURS: 3
This course introduces the student to the process of tailoring as it originated in the Renaissance and its development down to the twentieth century. Emphasis is placed on the purpose of underpaddings, understructures, and the techniques of fixing them in place. This course is part of the Costume Studies Program.
FORMAT:
  • Lecture
  • Lab

COREQUISITES: THEA 3402.03, THEA 3403.03, THEA 3452.03, THEA 3453.03, THEA 3455.03.
PREREQUISITES: For BA in Theatre (Costume Studies) students: PERF 1000.03 and PERF 1002.03, THEA 1450 or THEA 1451.03 and THEA 1452.03, THEA 2011.03, THEA 2012.03, THEA 2401.03 and THEA 2402.03, THEA 2406 or THEA 2407.03 and THEA 2408.03, THEA/PERF 2412.03, THEA/PERF 2451.03. For Diploma in Costume Studies: see course combinations in calendar.
RESTRICTIONS: Costume Studies BA or Diploma students only.