Available in 2012
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Previously offered in 2013
Extends the work of Acting 2 by introducing students to the training techniques of some of the key innovators of twentieth-century acting practice and to the theoretical principles which underpin their respective techniques.
1. To provide an enriched understanding of contemporary acting practice and the principles which continue to shape it.
2. To introduce a physicalised approach to creative theatre and performance.
3. To provide the acting student with greater corporeal awareness and an enlarged gestural/expressive range.
4.To develop a deeper understanding of the actor-spectator relationship fundamental to theatre trends of the late twentieth-century.
5. To develop the actor's connection between body and mind and its extension into practice.
6. To develop the actor's creative instinct for play, impulse and collaboration.
The course will focus on improvisation skills in the development of characters, for application in a diverse range of performance situations.
DRAM3850 Acting 3
Students who have successfully completed DRAM3850 Acting 3, may not enrol into CAPA3850 Acting 3.
Successful completion of DRAM2710.
Modes of Delivery
Tutorial: for 1 hour(s) per Week for Full Term
Lecture: for 1 hour(s) per Week for Full Term