|Module Title||THE THEORY AND PRACTICE OF ACTING 2|
|Co-ordinator||Mrs Joan G Mills|
|Other staff||Mr Richard A D Cheshire|
|Pre-Requisite||DR21510 Optional for Single Honours Drama students. Joint Honours Drama students who attained at least 60% in DR21510 may apply for entry to this module., All students proceeding to this module must convince the Examiners of their aptitude and ability to fulfill the course requirements.|
|Course delivery||Practical||50 Hours Approximately 50 hours|
- To understand the key principles of a number of acting and rehearsal methodologies, which are distinct to those applied to psychological realism.
- To employ a range of conceptual and rehearsal procedures and modes of exposition appropriate to the presentation of different theatrical styles and genres.
- To notate and document the theatrical procedures of training and rehearsal, encountered in the module.
During the workshops, students will work with a number of practitioners who are experienced in different areas of theatre practice, and will be asked to investigate and experiment in a variety of theatrical styles. They will also be introduced to the basic principles of voice projection, and encouraged to develop their own vocal skills. The workshops will culminate in individual and small group presentations to be presented at Gregynog. Students will be expected to contribute approximately #40 towards the cost of accommodation and food at Gregynog.
This module is at CQFW Level 5