Jan 25, 2022
THE 151 - Introduction to Acting II 3 Credits, 4 Contact Hours
2 lecture periods 2 lab periods
Continuation of THE 149 . Includes advanced theatre game and improvisations, introduction to status and its application, rehearsal conferences, scene presentations, character creation, and language plays.
Prerequisite(s): THE 149
Course Learning Outcomes
- Define and apply an expanded acting vocabulary that includes status and archetype.
- Demonstrate a masterful evaluation and execution of script analysis.
- Demonstrate a masterful evaluation of character breakdown, analysis, and its application to the rehearsal process.
- Develop some of the physical and vocal characteristic of another, and play the resulting altered bodily responses and emotional colorations.
- Demonstrate a deepened commitment and focus during rehearsal and performance.
- Perform well as part of an ensemble.
- Demonstrate the ability to use the imagination in a focused way to procure characteristics of an invented or assigned character.
- Demonstrate an ability to deliver complex and unfamiliar language (Ibsen and Chekov) in a natural way.
- Advanced Theatre Game and Improvisations/Presentations of “Lip Sync”
- Introduction to Status and its Application
- Rehearsal Conferences
- Scene Presentations to Contemporary Text Cast to Challenge the Actor
- Character Creation and Presentation Based on Archetype
- Language Plays
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