Acting I: Beginning Acting

Acting I: Beginning Acting
Rigorous physical and psychophysical exercises attempt to break through the cultural and psychological barriers that inhibit an open responsiveness to impulses, to the environment, and to others. Attempt is made to free personal response within improvised scenes and, eventually, within the narrative structure of a naturalistic scene. Attention is given to various theories of acting technique. Students are expected to audition for departmental shows. (First- and second-year students only) 3 hrs. lect./individual labs
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All Sections in Fall 2013

Fall 2013

THEA0102A-F13 Lecture (Smith)
THEA0102B-F13 Lecture (Smith)
THEA0102C-F13 Lecture (Velten-Smith)