SPEECH CHOIR | A creative collaborative
The Speech Choir prepares, perfects, and performs programs drawn from a variety of genres, including poetry, news items, prose, drama excerpts, and jokes.
Members develop and exercise a variety of creative and organizational skills:
- Research script materials
- Critique initial script drafts
- Create movements
- Suggest interpretations for lines or segments that will bring the writers’ works to life
Speech Choir members represent nearly every department across campus. Members are enrolled in CO 230 Communication Workshop and receive academic credit for the activity.
You do not need previous public presentation experience. However, if you have participated in theatre or forensics in high school, you are well suited to this type of presentation experience.
Take a look at what members have to say about their experience. And enjoy a sneek peak of “Twas the Night Before Christmas,” performed at Baker’s annual Christmas Candlelight Vespers.
—Senior history major
—Freshman math education major
—Senior communication major