Theatre Arts 103 is a beginning acting class for theatre majors. Through individual and group exercises, improvisation, theatre games, monologue and scene study, the actor's voice body, and imagination are developed. Written assignments include the break down and analysis of scripts and live theatre performances. Acting skills are practiced through rehearsal and performance of monologues and scenes.
Lecture 3 hours, laboratory 2 hours.
Student Learning Outcomes:
Identify and apply methods of releasing tension from the body.
Identify given circumstances influencing a character in a play.
Define basic acting terminology.
Break down a scene into beats and actions.
Identify and apply a character's objective.
Develop a character from script to performance.
T ART 103 Course Outline