Courses

Acting I

THE 121

Art, Design, Music, Theater & Communications

Credits: 3

A practical introduction to the actor's technique and performance skills, this course aspires to nurture a supportive and stimulating environment in which students can explore and practice the elements and disciplines necessary to begin formal training as an actor. The focus will be on physical and vocal exercises and improvisation, as well as basic text and character analysis. By utilizing these tools, cultivating powers of observation, and stressing and applying the actor's goal to define the specific intention rendered by the most effective action, we will methodically work toward the mapping of the character's journey through the text. This course offers methods geared to help students get the most out of themselves and disciplines required to train their "acting instruments" (body and voice) to be more responsive so that they possess a wider range of communication skills. The goal of the course is to introduce the student-actor to the technique necessary to master the basic discipline of truthful behavior in imaginary circumstances. Open to Theater majors only.

We currently offer the following class for this course:

Acting I

Section: THE121 - 01

CRN: 80703

Type: Lecture

Instructor: Stephen G. Balantzian

Term: Fall 2017

Fees: Technology Fee $65


Required Textbook

Class Schedule

Dates: 08/28/2017 - 12/19/2017
Days: Tues, Thurs
Time: 10:10 am - 11:30 am
Location: VAN 137

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