Theatre and Drama | Acting II: Scene Study
T220 | 4620-4625 | McGibbon
Prerequisites: THTR T120 and instructor recommendation.
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, to stimulate the imagination, and create identification with
the characters in the play.
3. A continued search for playable truth in a scene utilizing GOTE,
physical and sensory exploration, and approaches to character
identification through compilation of a character 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.
The Actor’s Scene Book, M. Owen
Introduction to Acting, S. Kahan and K W Prugg