THEA 7331X Movement: Alexander Technique I
60 hours; 3 credits
Study of the Alexander Technique and its use as a tool for the actor. Application of experiential anatomy to support course material and provide an informed foundation for movement exercises. Sensory awareness, flexibility, and stretching will be developed to allow for greater strength, balance, and physical ease. Exploration of the dynamic variables of movement-time, space, weight, and energy-through improvisational exercises and choreographed phrases. Fall semester.
Prerequisite: Matriculation for the M.F.A. in theater with a concentration in acting or audition.
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