Faculté de Musique

Licence en Arts Scéniques

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Mission

La Licence en Arts Scéniques est conçue pour donner aux étudiants une compréhension générale des arts théâtraux.
Dans ce programme d’études, l'élève développera à la fois des compétences cognitives et affectives dans le jeu dramatique, l'écriture dramatique, la mise en scène, la conception d'éclairage, le design scénique, le design de costumes, la construction et la critique ainsi que d'autres aspects de la performance thé...
âtrale et de la production théâtrale.

Objectifs Éducatifs du Programme

1. Acquérir des connaissances spécifiques sur histoire du théâtre et des spectacles, les théories et les pratiques de la scène et se familiariser avec l’actualité du spectacle contemporain et les nouvelles formes d’expression en ce domaine.
2. Développer l’acuité du jugement tant sur le plan de la création que sur le plan de la réception.
3. Acquérir multiples performances techniques scéniques.
4. Apprendre à mettre en œuvre l’ensemble des moyens pour produire un spectacle complexe, qu’il s’agisse du corps ou de la voix, du texte (création, écriture ou adaptation), ou de la représentation (choix du lieu scénique, création d’une scénographie, mise en place du son, de la lumière ou insertion d’images photographiques ou cinématographiques).

Aboutissements du Programme

a. L’étudiant sera familiarisé avec les natures des spectacles et ses composantes littéraires et scéniques. Il aura à distinguer un genre spectaculaire d’un sous-genre, ainsi qu’à reconnaître le courant esthétique auquel il se rattache.
b. L’étudiant sera capable d’analyser méthodiquement aussi bien une œuvre dramatique littéraire (lue) que scénique (présentée sur scène), de repérer les choix scéniques des metteurs en scène, ainsi que de mener une étude critique sur un spectacle.
c. L’étudiant sera invité à jouer dans des spectacles de natures divers (jeu théâtral, jeu devant une caméra, animation de marionnettes, spectacle de mimes, clown et spectacle dansant, etc.).
d. L’étudiant sera sollicité à concevoir un spectacle, à dresser le cahier des charges pour sa production, à planifier les répétitions, à reconnaître des difficultés auxquelles il pourra être confronté, à repérer les solutions possibles pour résoudre les problèmes de réalisation, à travailler en équipe et enfin à monter un spectacle simple.
96 crédits
General Education
Behavioral and Social Sciences
6 credits
Civic Engagement
2 credits
English Communication
3 credits
History of Lebanon
3 credits
THT280Introduction to Acting
3 credits
Introduction to different fundamental techniques used in the creation of a character. Emphasis on relaxation, concentration, and development of a role through sensorial and emotional memories. Students will improvise and do monologues as exercises in this introductory course.
MUS237Lebanese Music
3 credits
This course is designed to: 1 – Sensitize students to Lebanese folk music. 2 ­ Make them aware of the danger that threatens this music: a Heritage endangered. The disappearance of the songs with the disappearance of the circumstances and opportunities serving their raison d’être. The disappearance of the 'old', guardians and deliverers of the tradition. A heritage uncollected, not recorded in a scientific way. 3 – Let them discover the diversity of forms: mostly little known and unknown forms. 4 ­ Study of the poetic­musical internal structure of each form of traditional song.
Quantitative Reasoning
3 credits
Religious Sciences
3 credits
Science and Health
3 credits
Sports
1 credits
Specialization
THT320Advanced Acting
3 credits
Development of an internal technique, beginning with an auto-drama which is a dramatization of one’s personal history. Development of an external technique through comedy. Fusion of the internal by use of action and objective with the external.
THT335Analysis and Critique of the theatre
3 credits
Discussion of essential issues in aesthetics of theater and drama based on philosophy of art and theories of the theater.
THT250Body expression
2 credits
This course introduces students to the discovery of the body’s unique language, through exercises designed to explore and free the total instrument. It covers the development of a flexible actor with range, expression, and physical confidence, encouraging the awakening of the imagination while exploring the worlds of ritual, animal, conceptual, and modern dance movements.
MUSC 210Choral Singing I
1 credits
THT355Costume & set design workshop
3 credits
Investigation of the design research process, period style, and character analysis leading to visual presentation of the design. Study of costume design for theatrical productions, ballet, opera, and musical theater.
THT360Creative Writing
3 credits
Study and analysis of varied aspects of the playwright’s art. Various aspects are selected from topics such as comedy writing, writing for children’s theater, and adaptation from literature to stage.
THT440Directing and Production Workshop
3 credits
Development of directorial skills through the medium of written preparations and directing of scenes. Application of stage directing techniques in the production of a short play. Students will direct a one-act play.
THT310Dramaturgy
3 credits
Theoretical and practical aspects of the dramaturge’s work in contemporary theater. Introduction to the study of theory and practice of dramaturgy.
THT470Final Project
3 credits
Students must produce a short play, 30 minutes maximum.
MUSC350History of the 18th Century Music
2 credits
This course opens on the years that mark the death of Jean­Sébastien Bach, the decline of the baroque era, with the dawn of the classical musical style. It deals with the following subjects: French (from 1661 to 1764) music, music of the Germanic countries around Bach and Handel, English music in the 18th century, the birth and diffusion of classicism in Polish music, music in Spain, the music in Italy from the death of Carissimi to the end of the eighteenth century, classicism in Austria and the German­speaking countries, from the death of Telemann to the death of Beethoven, the formation of the classical style in Europe and the classical masters: Haydn and Mozart.
THT215History of Theater
3 credits
Study of history of theater from early western culture, Greek, renaissance, bourgeois, romantic, up to modern and post-modern theater. Egyptian and Lebanese theater is covered in this course.
THT350History of Theater Directing
3 credits
Investigation of the work of theater directors from the history of the world’s theater, with special emphasis on the relationship to time in which the work was generated.
THT230Introduction to Mime
2 credits
Development of the physical capacities of the facial and body muscles to meet the exigencies of the characterization of a role. Advanced physical training of individual actors to their maximum potential.
MUS250Introduction to Voice Mastering
2 credits
Development of voice and speech techniques for the stage, including those of relaxation, breathing, resonance, and development of speaking voice. Speech training uses text work to train students in standard Arabic speech.
THT450Lighting & Sound Workshop
3 credits
Study of use of light and color to define space, effect of light on scenery and costumes, lighting for theaters, patterns and moving scenery. Study of use of sound and acoustics as they relate to performance environments, techniques associated with recording, effects and music tracks for theater sound design.
TLV232Make-up for films
2 credits
THT400Modern Drama
3 credits
THI200Occidental Music Theory
3 credits
THT405Performance and Contemporary Art
3 credits
THT240Physical theatre
1 credits
SDO200Preparatory Solfeggio/Dictation
2 credits
THT415Puppet and Theatre for Children
3 credits
Creative development and realization of production related to theater for children. Exploration of different techniques in the craft of the production of children’s theater.
THT430Theater of Puppets
3 credits
Techniques of the manipulation of puppets, puppet movements, voice and performance. Development of skills through exercises which relate to theater of puppets.
Electives
MUS455Advanced Voice Mastering
2 credits
Advanced voice techniques, with increased demands on range, resonance, and breathing capacity extension. Articulation and phonetic alphabet is emphasized. Text work in poetry and prose.
MUSC240Arab Music I
2 credits
This course will provide a deep analysis (form, genre, structure, themes, rhythm, orchestration and harmonic and polyphonic writing, language, general nature of the work) of musical styles and composition, in examples mostly selected from Greek, Medieval, Renaissance, and Baroque Music.
MUSC215Choral Singing II
1 credits
Choral singing closely following the course of history. Each year the students learn to interpret, in the context of Western choral singing of the Faculty, the corresponding repertory according to the current history course.
MUSC310Choral Singing III
1 credits
Choral singing closely follows the course of history. Each year the students learn to interpret, in the context of Western choral singing of the Faculty, the corresponding repertory according to the current history course.
MUSC310Choral Singing III
1 credits
Choral singing closely follows the course of history. Each year the students learn to interpret, in the context of Western choral singing of the Faculty, the corresponding repertory according to the current history course.
PSY214Developmental Psychology
3 credits    |    Pré-requis: PSY201
The course has two segments given in two sequential phases: Childhood and Adolescence 1st segment: childhood allows students to become familiar with basic concepts and notions of childhood developmental psychology (stages, phases and developmental factors); understand the major theoretical approaches (maturational, behavioral, psychoanalytical, cognitive constructivism and psychosocial approaches); identify the main characteristics belonging to each developmental stage on the biological, intellectual, affective, sexual, social and moral level; 2nd segment: adolescence allows students to understand the adolescent phase in the developmental process, note each function belonging to this stage, pinpoint the process of self­consolidation, the construction of the identity, achieving maturity as well as choices and decision­making processes.
FLM240History of American Cinema
3 credits
This course is designed to give students an understanding of the history of American cinema from its beginning in 1895 to the present time. It will focus on the silent cinema of D.W. Griffith, the Burlesque film of C. Chaplin and B. Keaton, the genre films of the studio era, the war and post­war noir film, the new Hollywood cinema of the 1960s, the films of the Movie Brats of the 1970s, and the post­modern cinema of the 1980s and on. Special attention will be given to the evolution of the art of the motion picture, including elements of camera, lighting, sound, editing, production design, and narrative structure and the technological evolution of the motion picture, including aspects of inventions and innovations such as color, widescreen, quality sound, and electronic imagery.
MUSC450History of the 19th Century Music
2 credits
This course explores the music of the Romantic era. 1 ­ Characteristics of Romantic music: themes of Romanticism, individuality of style, expressive subjects, nationalism and exoticism, the use of timbers to obtain a variety of sensations and atmospheres, the use of chromatic harmony, contrasts in nuances etc. 2. Vocal music, program music, the Romantic Symphony, the brief forms and developed forms. 3. Romantic composers: Beethoven, Schubert, Schumann, Chopin, Liszt, Mendelssohn, Berlioz, Tchaikovsky, Smetana, Dvorak, Brahms, Verdi, Puccini, Wagner, Mahler.
PHO235Introduction to Photography Story-telling
3 credits
Students will acquire techniques and tools to produce still images with sound tracks. Students will apply these techniques on a visual and audio project.
MUG305Music and Dance
2 credits
Attendance and participation are of primary importance for this class. We will work with a wide variety of techniques and styles, learn correct body alignment in basic positions, develop a kinesthetic awareness of his/her own physical abilities, develop a sense of musicality and rhythm. We will learn dances from the following list: Waltz, Tango, Cha cha, Salsa, Cumbia, Merengue, Foxtrot, Country Line Dance, Rumba, Swing or Samba and other.
SDO210Solfeggio/Dictation I
1 credits
1st course
a­ Solfeggio parlati : Pozzoli: Primo corso du n°1 au n°31
b­ Solfeggio cantati: ­ Pozzoli: Primo corso du n°1 au n°31.
c­ Dictation : ­ Noël Gallon du n°1 au n°20. ­ melodic intervals : 5th, 4th, octave, 3rd Maj and min, 2nd Maj and min.
SDO220Solfeggio/Dictation II
1 credits    |    Pré-requis: SDO210
2nd course
a­ Solfeggio parlati : ­ Pozzoli: Primo corso du n°32 au n°60.
b­ Solfeggio cantati: Pozzoli: Primo corso du n°32 au n°60.
c­ Dictation : ­ Noël Gallon du n°21 au n°40. ­ melodic intervals : Triton, 6th Maj and min, 7th Maj and min.
FLM344Theory aesthetics of films
3 credits
This course focuses on the various theoretical methodologies that have developed in film theory and esthetics and that have proven useful for the analysis of films and cinema, such as realism, genre and auteur, reflexivity, intertextuality, psychoanalysis, and feminism.
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