Theatre Arts 104 follows Theatre Arts 103, and continues the exploration of theories and techniques used to interpret dramatic writing through the acting of scenes and monologues. Emphasized skills include the actor's voice and body, character development, script analysis, and the interpretation of a variety of styles and periods of dramatic writing.
Lecture: 3 hours, laboratory 2 hours.
Prerequisite: Theatre Arts 103, Speech 105.
Student Learning Outcomes:
Perform scene work in classical and contemporary plays.
Synthesize the givens in a script to the actions and behavior of a character in a play.
Transfer credit: CSU, UC, USC
T ART 104 Course Outline