THEA 7322X Acting II: The Actor and the Contemporary Play
60 hours; 3 credits
Acting techniques necessary to bring the text to life through an exploration of contemporary and modern scenes. This course introduces three interrelated components: recognition of events that tell the story, exploration and application of kinesthetic and metaphorical actions that enhance the events of the story, and definition of character through exploration of motives, manners, and behaviors. Spring Term
Prerequisite: Theater 7321X [721.3X] or permission of the head of
the M.F.A. acting concentration.
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