Theatre Arts 100 is designed for the beginner with little or no previous acting experience. Students practice techniques to develop relaxation, concentration, and stage presence in front of an audience. Class work includes group and individual exercises, theatre games, improvisation, and written critique of live theatre productions.
Lecture 3 hours, laboratory 2 hours.
Student Learning Outcomes:
Identify methods of overcoming stage fright.
Analyze acting elements ina script from contemporary American Theatre
Evaluate amateur and professional productions
Demonstrate and memorize the content of a scripted drama into a physical performance.
Recognize the basic tenets of the art of acting.
Note: During the semester, students are expected to attend one performance of each Glendale College Theatre Arts Department productions as part of the learning process about acting.
Transfer credit: CSU, UC, USC
T ART 100 Course Outline