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MAKEUP DESIGN I
Towson University

THEA 245.001
Instructors: Marianne Wittelsberger & Steve Bauer, Jokesters Productions
Email: Jokesters@aol.com
Thursdays, or Tuesdays, 2:00 pm - 4:45  pm Room CA 348, Women's Dessing Room

Description:

The name of the class is stage makeup, but that name really misses many aspects of what we teach. For example, the students will learn real world makeup techniques that they can use for the rest of their lives. Also, we explore television makeup, as well as makeup for film and special effects.

The student learns to create a professional stage makeup for a variety of characters and roles plus knowledge of makeup materials, tools and techniques.

The class will meet one day a week for 165 minutes each.  The first part of the class is a lecture including videos, slides, demonstrations, internet research and explanations of assignments.

The second  part of the class is creating the assigned makeup.  The class requires library research locating photographs, sources and viewing videotapes.  Research is required for each makeup.  You may use paintings, drawings, videotapes and original artwork.

Come to class prepared to take notes. Wear old clothes because makeup and makeup remover can get on what you wear.

For hygiene sake, never share make up.

Both instructors have made a living using makeup for the past twenty years and have a tremendous passion for makeup.

Stage Makeup is a an invaluable tool for the actor and performer, because with makeup you can create characters that you would otherwise never be cast for and the right makeup will complete your character.

Makeup is fun and exciting, and some comedy comes naturally, like when women put on beards.

In this class, many types of makeups and characters will be covered and it will be lots of fun transposing yourselves into a new character. Enjoy the fun.

Steve Bauer & Marianne Wittelsberger


Class Dates:

First Class: 2:00pm - 4:45 pm. Students: don't bring anything but a pen and paper to take notes.

Meet at the Women's dressing room, go to the Costume Shop in the Fine Arts Building. Look for us, see the photos to the right.

Questions? Email Steve & Marianne at

Jokesters@aol.com

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