1 semester, ½ credit
Open to freshmen, sophomores, juniors, and seniors
Prerequisite: 641 Speech
Acting I is a laboratory class where students learn the techniques of acting through on-stage performances. The student will learn to act through the use of the voice, body, imagination, and basic stage movement techniques in a variety of presentations. The performances will include, but not be limited to, pantomime, story telling, improvisational acting, duet acting, group scene work, and monologues. Because of the nature of the class, rehearsal and performance work outside of the class period may be necessary.
Note: This class may not be taken concurrently with 646 Competitive Speaking.
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This course last updated on January 4, 2019, by the Fine Arts Department.