1. Facial Anatomy 2. Color Theory 3. The Studio Classroom 4. Relating the Makeup to Character 5. Designing the Makeup 6. Applying Makeup 7. Corrective Makeup 8. Modeling with Highlights and Shadows 9. Natural Makeup for Film & TV 10. Special Effects Makeup 11. Prosthetic Makeup 12. Beards and Mustaches 13. Wigs 14. Cross-Gender Makeup 15. Nonrealistic Makeup
Richard Corson (late) was the author of several fashion and makeup books. He taught courses in theatrical makeup in several colleges across the United States. In 1972 he received the Founders Award (International Thespian Society) "in recognition of distinguished contributions to theatre and youth." His name is perhaps the most well-recognized in the industry. James Glavan is Professor of Costume Technology and Makeup at the University of Texas at Austin. He has worked at many of the great opera, ballet, and theatre companies in the US, including the Santa Fe Opera, Seattle Opera, Minnesota Opera, Boston Opera, the Gunthrie Theatre, Hartford Stage, and the Hartford Ballet. For many years he worked as a puppet builder at Jim Henson Productions, Inc. in New York. Internationally, he has taught costume, makeup, and animatronics in Taipei, Taiwan; Hong Kong; San Jose, Costa Rica; Shanghai, China; Medellin, Colombia; and Moscow, Russia. Beverly Gore Norcross received her MFA in Costume Design from California State University, Fullerton. She freelanced in Los Angeles with IATSE Locals 705 and 768. Her academic posts have included Purdue University, San Joaquin Delta College and California State University, Fullerton. She has won a Daytime Emmy Certificate, American College Theatre Festival Award, and an Elly Award. Beverly is currently at Western Nevada College, IATSE Local 363, and her studio BelleVue Designs.