Theatre & Drama | Acting II
T220 | 4482-4486 | McGibbon


Acting II
T220 Sections 4482-4486
3 credit hours
Asst. Professor Murray McGibbon

4482 - 10:30a-12:15p MW in TH125.  This section intended for majors.
4483 - 2:30p-4:15p MW in AY 195. This section taught by Assoc.
Professor Burgun.
4484 - 2:30-4:15p in TH 240.
4485 - 2:30-4:15 TR in AY 195.
4486 - 4:30-6:15p TR in AY 195.
Prerequisites:
THTR T120 and intructor recommendation.

Course objectives:
1.  An exploration of physical and vocal exercises to facilitate
relaxation and self-awareness.
2.  A basic approach to scene analysis in order to reveal behavioral
clues, stimulate the imagination, and create identification with the
characters in the play.
3.  A continued search for playable truth in a scene through the use
of GOTE, physical and sensory exploration, and approaches to character
identification through compilation of a characer sketch and the
creation of a collage.
4.  Application of the above goals through selection, rehearsal,
presentation and reworking of a poem, two scenes, and one monologue.
5.  The observation of actors in performance leading to written
comments on the choices they made in developing their role.

TEXTS:

The Actor's Scene Book.  M. Owen.
Introduction to Acting.  S. Kahan and K. W. Rugg.