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Continue to build your acting skills and develop your own unique creative process for interpreting and rehearsing scenes. Take the opportunity to explore the work of many different playwrights, such as Ibsen and Mamet, through script analysis, class discussion and scene work. Discover how to develop the moment-to-moment concentration so vital to the actor and how to create a supportive and satisfying ensemble. Learn basic approaches to realistic acting, including the Stanislavski "method" and the acting technique of Sanford Meisner. Learn techniques actors use to overcome stage fright, improve relaxation and focus, build trust and foster teamwork, all while finding your true voice as an actor.

  • NOTE  prerequisite: Completion of a beginner's course such as Introduction to Acting or equivalent experience.

  • COURSE NUMBER  THEA-40013
  • CREDIT  3.00 unit(s)


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