TH 3321: Acting I

3 Credits

Acting I explores the acting process using the canon of 20th century realism. The class will cover the basics of embodiment for the actor, observation as the root of character creation, analysis of text from an actors perspective, and rehearsal techniques. The core of the course is the preparation of scenes and monologues in class. Students will also complete a variety of class compositions, readings, and will see and analyze live performances.

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    Recommend
  • 4.80

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    Effort
  • 4.45

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    Understanding
  • 4.46

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    Interesting
  • 4.40

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