• COMM-3203 Acting Styles

    The class will devise ways of developing performance anterior to realistic traditions. Emphasis will be placed on dramatic analysis, improvisation, theatre games and bodily exploration and facial masks to produce stylistic performances. Course materials will expose students to several historical or experimental styles of acting through dramatic literature and class exercises. Rehearsal, research and critical writing outside of class will be required. This course is normally offered in the fall semester of even numbered years.