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THEA0202

Acting II: Voice for the Actor

Acting II: Voice for the Actor
Using the Linklater technique for the voice, students will study the physiological foundations of voice and alignment. By means of interrelated physical and vocal exercises, students will discover ways of changing patterns that restrict a full range of physical and vocal expressiveness. Students will study and present passages from Shakespeare to explore ways in which their new physical and vocal skills may be used to express a greater range of intellectual and emotional understanding. (THEA 0102 and ARDV 0116; Approval required) 4 hrs. lect.
Subject:
Theatre
Department:
Theatre and Dance
Division:
Arts
Requirements Fulfilled:
Equivalent Courses:

Sections

Fall 2014

THEA0202A-F14 Lecture (Draper)

Fall 2013

THEA0202A-F13 Lecture (Draper)

Fall 2011

THEA0202A-F11 Lecture (Byrne)

Fall 2010

THEA0202A-F10 Lecture (Draper)

Fall 2009

THEA0202A-F09 Lecture (Draper)

Fall 2008

THEA0202A-F08 Lecture (Draper)

Fall 2007

THEA0202A-F07 Lecture (Sprigg)

Fall 2006

THEA0202A-F06 Lecture (Sprigg)

Fall 2005

THEA0202A-F05 Lecture (Draper)

Fall 2004

THEA0202A-F04 Lecture (Sprigg)

Fall 2003

THEA0202A-F03 Lecture (Sprigg)