THEA 7332X Movement: Alexander Technique II

60 hours; 3 credits

Study of the relationship of breath, voice, and movement. Development of the ability to recognize and change one's psycho- physical dynamic in any given moment through further study of the Alexander Technique and its application to movement, as well as the spoken word. Continued development of the actor's movement potential through improvisation and choreographed explorations. This course builds directly on Theater 7331X. Spring term.

Prerequisites: Theater 7331X or permission of the head of the M.F.A. acting concentration


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